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Treasurer’s Forum

Thursday, April 6, 2017 - 17:30 to 19:15
Fáilte Restaurant, 147 Falls Rd, Belfast BT12 6AF
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 will be Chaired by Patrick Minne, NI Manager of Charity Bank and Treasurer for the CO3 Board.  
 
The Treasurer’s Forum is kindly sponsored by Tony Clarke from Clarke & Co. Accountants. The Forum is Chaired by Patrick Minne, NI Manager of Charity Bank.

The inaugural meeting was held on Thursday 30 June 2016 and the forum meets quarterly.
 
Thursday 6 April 2017
Thursday 29 June 2017
Thursday 12 October 2017

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. 
 
To register for the first Treasurer’s Forum, please RSVP with Rachel on rachel@co3.bz or 02890 245356
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Patrick Minne
NI Manager | Charity Bank
Patrick Minne was appointed as Northern Ireland Manager of Charity Bank in October 2012,  uniquely having come from a non-banking background.  He moved from the private sector to the third sector in 2007 when he was appointed CEO of A2B, an innovative blend of community development, training and web-based technology which helped older people identify and apply for more than £50m in previously unclaimed benefits in Northern Ireland. The learning from that environment, combined with his business experience serving the public sector, were what inspired him to join an organisation where he helps reduce grant-dependency in the third sector and contributes to its long term sustainability.
Patrick heads up the Bank's operations in Northern Ireland.  His qualifications include an MBA and an Advanced Diploma in Social Investment for the Third Sector.  His private sector experience includes senior management roles in finance IT project management, media monitoring, website management and software customer services. He provides consultancy and trusteeship to a number of Northern Ireland social sector organisations.
 
 
 
 
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 been self taught in his field, and has build 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 has been treasurer of the Suicide Awareness and Support Group for the past 2 years on a voluntary basis, this has had its challenges, with staffing and committee issues within the organisation needing to be overcome, however he feels it is a worthwhile cause and enjoys giving something back to his local community. Tony is the Chair with Families Beyond Conflict and Non-executive Director with the Positive Life
Maintaining payroll for a large Accountancy firm, Tony process payroll for over 30 clients each month, totalling over 100 employees within the client base.
Funding Returns, Monthly Management Accounts, PAYE returns to include P35’s.
Continuously wanting to grow his business, Tony has designed and delivers a course called ‘Understanding your charity accounts’, this has been a successful addition to the business and had a positive effect within local charity’s and third sector organisations.