The governance of charities will be discussed at a seminar in Cardiff tomorrow following a number of high profile cases in the press where charities continue to be under the spotlight.
investment management firm Brewin Dolphin’s Wales Charity Seminar, at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, features a line-up of speakers discussing a range of topics including financial governance, reputation management and best practice for trustees.
Guests will hear from Andrew O’Brien, head of policy and engagement at Charity Finance Group, Elizabeth Davis, partner at law firm Blake Morgan, Russell Hooper, assistant director at Brewin Dolphin and Sion Barry, business editor at the Western Mail and Walesonline.
David Myrddin-Evans, head of Brewin Dolphin Wales, said: “Governance plays an important role in determining the overall strategies for charities so it is a key theme all of our speakers will address. We think we have prepared a great agenda where governance will be discussed from all angles from good practice to negative media stories.”
This is the second charity conference for Brewin Dolphin following the success of its inaugural conference last year where the keynote speaker the Archbishop of Wales addressed charity representatives.