The Professional
Development
Specialists
Fifth Annual Not for Profits and Charities Regulatory Conference

 

Thursday 11 and Friday 12 May 2017
The Langham, Melbourne

The legal and regulatory challenges facing the not for profit sector have never been greater. Charities are amalgamating, fundraising regulations are under scrutiny and new forms of investment are starting to emerge.  This conference examines the raft of issues facing the sector, including corporate governance, social benefit bonds and cyber risks.

Thursday 11 May 2017

Day 1 Chair:  Biljana Apostolova, Partner, Gadens, Melbourne

Governance and Regulation

  • Corporate Governance:  Best Practice in the NFP Space - Sonya Beyers, Director, Governance by Design, Brisbane
  • Trustee and Directors’ Duties: Ensuring Compliance 24/7 - Matthew Turnour, Chairman, Neumann & Turnour Lawyers, Brisbane
  • Legal Risks and Regulatory Issues in Managing Volunteers - Alison Baker, Partner, Hall & Wilcox, Melbourne
  • Update from the ACNC:  Reporting and Regulatory Compliance - Prue Monument, Director – Compliance, Australian Charities and Not for Profits Commission

Structuring and Restructuring Charities and Not for Profits

  • Risk and Liability with Charities Organised as Unincorporated Associations - Bill D’Apice, Partner, Makinson d’Apice Lawyers, Sydney
  • The Urge to Merge: The Changing Face of NFPs - Anne Robinson, Principal, Prolegis Lawyers, Sydney & Melbourne
  • Hybrid Structures for Social Enterprises - John Wardlaw, Partner, Lewis Holdway Lawyers, Melbourne

Friday 12 May 2017

Day 2 Chair:  Libby Klein, Principal, Social Impact Legal, Melbourne

Current Challenges for Not for Profits

  • Fundraising Regulation: Compliance in a Changing Landscape - Andrew Lind, Director, Corney & Lind Lawyers, Brisbane
  • Social Benefit Bonds and Social Impact Investing - Anne Robinson, Principal, Prolegis Lawyers, Sydney & Melbourne
  • Royal Commission on Child Sexual Abuse: Law Reform Update - Catherine Brooks, Principal, Moores, Hawthorn (Vic.)
  • Managing Cyber Risk: Teflon Coating Your Organisation - Leah Mooney, Special Counsel, Minter Ellison, Brisbane

Regulation, Accounting and Tax

  • The NFP Audit and Accounting Essentials - Aletta Boshoff, IFRS Advisory Partner, BDO, Melbourne
  • Public Benevolent Institutions: Defining the Boundaries - Frank Hinoporos, Special Counsel, Hall & Wilcox Lawyers, Melbourne

Feedback from last year’s conference

  • One of the best conferences I have ever attended - no weak parts, all speakers were top quality and topics were fantastic. Well done!
  • I found the conference fast paced, relevant and highly useful. I am grateful for the quality resources and networks.
  • I was impressed with the efficient way the conference was run - the timeframe of presentations and keeping to that - the quality of the material - access to papers and powerpoints - the relevance of the topics.  Thankyou for a worthwhile couple of days.
  • I appreciate the insight into the sector as a whole, incl. thoughts about where things might lead in the future. And the availability of speakers to chat through questions etc.
  • Correct topics and appropriate level of depth and discussion. Great to have ACNC participation.
  • High quality presenters, interesting topics.

Early Bird Registration

If you register and pay by 31 March 2017 you will save $275 off the full price registration fee of $1980.

Product Code: MNFMAY17
 Price:  $1,705.00 (Inclusive of GST)
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