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“Governance is the thing that will ultimately destroy your business. Bad decisions and poor risk management are the things that will bring your business down.” Jonathan Walters, deputy director of strategy and performance, Social Housing Regulator – March 2018
What is it about?
Anthony Collins Solicitors and David Tolson Partnership are delighted to invite you to a joint workshop. This will explore the following key points:
- Lessons to be learnt from recent developments and downgrades in the sector;
- What has de-regulation meant for the sector so far, and where could we go next?
- The interplay between corporate governance and operational governance;
- What’s coming next for the sector, particularly in light of recent Charity Commission developments and the recommendations of the Social Housing Green paper, and how residents may be empowered through governance (and other) models.
Who is it for?
Board Members and Executive Team members of registered providers in social housing.
Why should you attend?
Good governance is the cornerstone of a strong organisation. There has been an increased focus on what good governance looks like as a result of diversification in the sector and further scrutiny is anticipated as a result the social housing green paper. This workshop is designed to encourage participants to share knowledge and experience and gain insight into relevant legal and strategic issues.
Breakfast will be provided
- 09:30 Registration and networking for a 10:00 start
- 11:30 Coffee break
- 11:45 Q&A, summary and closing remarks
- 12:30 Close
Who will be there?
- Gemma Bell - Anthony Collins Solicitors
- Rose Klemperer - Anthony Collins Solicitors
- Sam McGrady - David Tolson Partnership
- Angela Lomax - David Tolson Partnership
Can’t make our Birmingham date? Join us in Manchester on the 21st November 2018 to register please click here
Please be aware that places for this seminar are limited. Our clients get priority over non- clients but we will endeavour to increase capacity where we can to allow all those who wish to attend a place. Where we are heavily oversubscribed we will limit places to one or two people per organisation in which case you may be asked to liaise with your team. Should we have to do any of the above we will be in touch with you at least 2 weeks before the event date.
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