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Sometimes CFOs and FDs are on the outside looking in when it comes to technology decisions. It does not always have to be this way. Here are the five questions CFOs should be asking themselves when it comes to making technology decisions.Read more
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The role of a chief financial officer, or CFO, is always evolving. It’s not simply about being a finance executive anymore; it’s about being a strategic partner to other business executives. CFOs use business intelligence (BI) as a strategic tool to influence the organisation.
Over a quarter of charities have fallen victim to a cyber-attack in the last year, official figures have revealed. The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport's Cyber Breaches Survey for 2021 found 26% of charities have reported either a cybersecurity breach or attack over the last year.
With fundraising opportunities reduced and increased demand for service delivery charities, large and small, are feeling pressure on cash flow, here are 10 tips to help in solving your cash flow problems.
The Charities SORP is guidance for those preparing charities accounts, which details the legal requirements and best practice for producing accounts. We detailed in July the early stages of the engagement process for the next SORP, now trustees are being asked to take part in a survey to help develop the next version of the accounting rules.
A £1.4m fund has opened for charities to increase access to key services and activities that have been impacted by lockdown or social distancing.