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CO3 Treasurers’ Forum

The Honorary Treasurer in a Third Sector organisation plays an important, but often unsung role. They help the trustee board to fulfil its obligation to provide financial oversight for the organisation. It is often the Treasurer to whom trustees look for advice, guidance and reassurance on all aspects of charities' financial management and reporting. The Treasurer also provides support for the Chair and Chief Executive.

Therefore, CO3 have recently set up a Treasurer’s Forum, to provide a platform for advice, support, to share expertise and to promote good practice.

The Treasurer’s Forum is kindly Chaired and  sponsored by Tony Clarke from Clarke & Co. Accountants.

To register for this Forum, please contact rachel@co3.bz 

The forum meets quarterly the next meeting is:

Thursday 1 February 2018

Thursday 12 April 2018

Thursday 13 September 2018

Thursday 6 December 2018

The Forum is open to those who currently, in the recent past or expect in the near future to take on the important role of Treasurer.  It is open to all members within the CO3 Trustee Network.  We see this an important platform to provide helpful information through updates and briefings. 


Tony Clarke

Lead Partner

Clarke & Co

Tony Clarke has been lead partner in a Clarke & Co since 2004, maintaining the finance for over 40 different businesses across all sectors.

Tony has gleaned a varied and wide range of professional experience in all industries not least in many areas within the charitable and third sector, proving him to be a valued business advisor to the sector, and has built up a vast professional reputation within the private, public and third sector.  Tony is a qualified Accounting Technician.

Tony’s committed to expanding his knowledge to his profession, also attending regular HMRC seminars to update and maintain his knowledge of the constant changes to the Revenue legislation.

Tony set up a subsidiary company, Third Sector Finance in 2016 to manage his Third Sector Clients through.