Assurance and compliance
Understanding your differing levels of assurance and delivering reviews that are more than compliance checks and consider value for money.
Change and transformation
Implementing lasting sustainable change to achieve your strategic objectives.
Grant audits and reviews
As the lead providers of audit and related services to charities we understand what the issues and challenges are both for the grant maker and grant recipient.
Helping you to identify record and report what matters; taking account of critical success factors and your wider reporting needs.
Planning and strategy
Supporting you to define your strategy and plan for its implementation.
Identifying the best risk assurance framework for your organisation – one that will drive your strategy’s implementation.
Outsourcing services for your accounting and payroll services.
Benefits of working with us
Understanding the perspective of your key influence's
We can help present financial information in ways which not only comply with complex Regulators’ requirements, but help stakeholders to grasp your story. This delivery can influence decisions made by funders, donors, trustees, beneficiaries and regulators.
Insights which tackle today and tomorrow’s conversation
We have an extensive event programme which spans across all nine of our industries. Much of our training focuses on specific function perspectives e.g. fundraisers and trustees ensures that those attending leave not only with an understanding but practical guidance on how to fulfil their responsibilities.
Practical solutions to your issues
We have seen the challenges and opportunities of working in your operating environment and we are able to take pragmatic positions and make realistic assessments based on our demonstrable experience with each of our industries.
The Budget has little direct impact on the charity sector. However, there are measures proposed to reduce the administrative burden on Non Profits from April 2019 that will be welcomed by many, as well as changes to VAT group rules