HLB Mann Judd is deeply committed to supporting the not-for-profit sector. One of the ways we show our support is through the sharing of resources and knowledge to the community.
Each quarter will focus on a relevant and technical topic for NFP leadership in order to help them better meet their mission.
In the first quarter of 2021 we addressed Governance, Risk and Compliance for not-for-profits. This page contains relevant resources on the topic including webinars, newsletters, guidance and reports.
What is your top priority when it comes to mitigating risk?
At a recent ENFP Community forum we asked the group of industry leaders what their top priority is when it came to mitigating risk. See below the findings:
What's your risk appetite?
Consider your key risks at a strategic and operational level. This may include:
- Defining your risk appetite;
- Developing risk indicators; and
- Improving your governance, risk management and compliance.
ACNC update on governance
Watch our recent webinar with Mel Yates, Director of Reporting at Australian Charities and Not-For-Profits who shared updates on:
- Regulatory changes including DGR reforms
- Upcoming changes to ACNC reporting and the ACNC register
- Financial reports – issues from the Regulator’s perspective
- Compliance – what’s the current focus?
The ENFP LinkedIn group provides you with information on exclusive briefings, access to the newsletter and enables you to collaborate and network with like-minded individuals. The ENFP provides an opportunity to access expertise in many areas to assist you day-to-day. Fill out the form to receive to find out how you can join the community!
Want to learn more?
Contact Kim Kelloway on (02) 9020 4285 or email@example.com.
Kim Kelloway is head of clients and markets at HLB Mann Judd Sydney. Recognising the challenges and complexities faced by non-profit leaders required a high level of skill and expertise to lead social sector organisations – many leadership programs available did not cater to the unique needs of non-profit leaders. In 2010, she founded the ENFP Group which has grown to more than 1,000 members.