OSSIG Meeting

Leadership Financial sustainability Risk

Thursday 20 May 2021

Overseas Special Interest Group Meeting (OSSIG)

10-11am

Cuts to the UK aid budget, Brexit and the impact of Covid-19 continue to create sustainability issues for INGOs, with many organisations having to adapt to survive in a volatile landscape.

Join us for our next Overseas Special Interest Group gathering, a free meeting for international CFG members headquartered in the UK, where you’ll be joined by representatives from Bond, Humentum and CFG to discuss government funding and the impact on the landscape for INGO organisations. 

This interactive one-hour meeting will be a valuable way to hear from leaders on the key funding issues right now and how these are affecting sustainability, and there will also be time to meet and discuss issues with peers from similar organisations.

About OSSIG
If you're a CFG member from an international organisation, contact the CFG Membership Team to discuss joining this special interest group.

Who should come along to this event? 

This meeting is free and open to both CFG members and non-members, and will be particularly useful for finance teams and leaders in overseas non-profits headquartered in the UK. View the full programme below.  

How to book 

Book below - if you are not a member of CFG or have any issues with booking contact events@cfg.org.uk. Please note any payments for events bookings are required to be made online. 

About CFG events and membership 

CFG events, training and members' meetings can count towards your continuous professional development, and this event could contribute one hour to your CPD. Contact your association for further information, or email events@cfg.org.uk 

Becoming a CFG member gives you discounts on events and training, and access to exclusive events. Membership is open to your whole organisation. Join our community 

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Speakers

Tim Boyes-Watson, Global Director, Insights & Influence, Humentum

Graham MacKay, Chief Operating Officer, Bond

Gary Forster, Chair of Trustees, Charity Finance Group

Programme
10:00 - 10:10

Welcome

Chair: Gary Forster, Chair of Trustees, Charity Finance Group

Oliver Cowell, Oracle NetSuite

10:10 - 10.30

Future of funding and long term financial planing

Graham MacKay, Chief Operating Officer, Bond

Tim Boyes-Watson, Global Director, Insights & Influence, Humentum

 

10.30 - 10:55

Breakout rooms discussion with OSSIG network and speakers

10:55 - 11:00

Closing remarks and meeting ends

Prices
Charities - Members£0.00
Individual - Members£0.00

This conference is kindly sponsored by

In partnership with