Crowe appoints partner to its award winning Social Purpose and Non Profits team

“Dipesh’s talent, experience and passion for the sector has long been held in the highest esteem by Crowe" says Nigel Bostock, Chief Executive.
Dipesh joined Crowe in 2011 as a senior associate to focus on his passion for the charities and non profit sector. He will continue to specialise in audit and advisory services to a broad range of clients in the sector. 

With a keen interest in international non-governmental organisations (INGOs), social care charities and education providers, Dipesh’s expertise helps clients to prepare for the challenges from the current economic climate, while enabling them to remain committed to delivering their strategic goals.

Dipesh also works on assurance assignments and donor grant audits, as well as advising on wider issues relating to financial management, governance, reserves, risk management and strategy. He prides himself on building lasting relationships with his clients, both at management and board level.  

Nigel Bostock, Crowe UK’s Chief Executive, said:  
Nigel Bostock 

“Dipesh’s talent, experience and passion for the sector has long been held in the highest esteem by Crowe.

“His promotion is a testament to our commitment to developing talent and bringing insight, sector expertise and pragmatic advice to our clients. Congratulations and welcome to the partnership, Dipesh.”

 Dipesh-Chhatralia  Speaking about his promotion as Partner at Crowe, Dipesh Chhatralia said: 

“I am excited to be joining the Crowe partnership and continuing to serve my clients in a sector I remain passionate about. 

“The current economic climate remains challenging for many charities and non profits, from income generation, increased costs to funding cuts and regulatory pressures. Surrounded by dedicated colleagues within our leading Social Purpose and Non Profits team, I’m proud to be delivering a high quality service that supports our clients through these difficult times.”

In November, Crowe was named top charity auditor for the 15th consecutive year in Civil Society’s charity Finance Audit Survey for 2023.