Crowe Horwath in association with The Wheel are offering a practical session on guiding community & voluntary organisations in the implementation of the Statement of Recommended Practice for Financial Reporting by Charities (SORP) guidelines.
The Charities Regulatory Authority is expected to issue clear requirements in relation to governance practice, activity and financial reporting, all of which will help to increase transparency and accountability.
It seems increasingly likely that these requirements will include the adoption of the Statement of Recommended Practice for Financial Reporting by larger Irish charities (SORP).
Now is the time to start preparing…
Date: Tuesday 6 February 2018
Time: 9:30am – 1:00pm
Venue: Carmelite Community Centre, 56 Aungier Street, Dublin 2
Price: Member price: €70 / Non-member price: €120 (payable to The Wheel)
Attend this workshop to:
- Understand how SORP will impact on charities and charity regulation
- Learn more about the SORP guidelines
- Understand what is involved in the implementation of SORP for charities
Feedback from past attendees of this training
“My first time attending one of these sessions. Certainly a good introduction for me, very helpful as a beginner in understanding what will be expected of non-profit organisations.” – J. Godden, Alone
“I found Roseanna O’Hanlon very easy to understand, I am no longer intimidated by SORP.” – B. Newman, Diabetes Ireland
“As a charity, we would be lost without the support from The Wheel. Well done today on a very informative session on SORP!” – Rainbows Ireland
“I found the presentation very informative, the notes were very good and will provide good reference material back in the office.” – T. McCloskey, McCloskey & Co
Who Should Attend
CEOs, Senior Managers, Finance staff, and board members.
How to Register
Register online or contact The Wheel on 01 454 8727.
Registration on the day from 9.15am.
Roseanna O’Hanlon, Audit Partner
Tel: +353 1 448 2200
Roseanna is a partner in the firm’s Audit and Assurance department. She manages the provision of audit and assurance services to a wide range of clients and has extensive experience in advising the not-for-profit sector.
Roseanna’s areas of expertise include internal and external audit, financial analysis, business planning, financial management training for clients and general accounting services. She has carried out a number of internal control reviews for semi-state and not-for-profit organisations.