2021 NFP Finance Forum
Managing a For-Purpose organisation's finances can be challenging at the best of times - but throw in some technology changes, new legislation and a global pandemic and things get really hairy!
Join some of your peers at the NFP Finance Forum to see how they have adapted and capitalised on new opportunities.
Sharpen your mind, come ready to be inspired and inspire.
Join us for this annual NFP Finance Forum live and interact with the presenters or watch the videos on demand, when it suits you - access on demand between 14 May - 30 June 2021.
David Gilchrist, UWA Business School Co-convenor, Not-for-profits UWA Co-convenor, Australian Studies Research Group
Over a career spanning 30 years, Professor David Gilchrist has held a number of senior roles in the Not-for-Profit, commercial and public sectors. Most recently, he held the role of Assistant Auditor General in Western Australia and, prior to that, he taught accounting and finance at the London School of Economics and Portsmouth University in the UK as well as at Curtin University and Edith Cowan University in Australia. He was Foundation Director of the Curtin Not-for-Profit Initiative for five years and held the position of Associate Dean of the School of Business at the University of Notre Dame Australia where he was adjunct professor of Not-for-profit Leadership.
Professor Gilchrist has published widely as an academic and journalist, and is a principal author of a number of key national reports including the seminal report 'Australian Charities 2013' for the Commonwealth Government and the Australian National Disability Costing and Pricing Framework (2014). He is co-author of 'The Three Sector Solution' (2016) published by Australian National University Press, author of 'Imperial Theory: Colonial Pragmatism' (2017) published by Palgrave Macmillan, co-author of 'Public Sector Accounting, Governance and Accountability: Experiences of Australia and New Zealand' (2018) published by Routledge and co-author of 'Designing Impactful Collaboration' soon to be published by Australian National University Press.
Scott Moran, Partner, Duncan Cotterill
Scott specialises in intellectual property, information technology and commercial law. He enjoys the variety of clients he works with, included listed companies, family owned businesses, government departments and Not-for-Profits.
Scott has a number of not-for-profit clients and he is privileged to advise iconic national charities and industry organisations.
He has a number of governance roles including being a New Zealand Football Executive Committee Member and New Zealand Netball’s appointed Board Member to Netball Central Zone. He also assists as a judge of the New Zealand Law Awards.