I am delighted to have Thomson Cooper looking after my pension plans and investments and look forward to my future retirement with a much improved sense of optimism.
With growing pressure from the National Lottery and a string of high profile charity fraud investigations, public confidence in the sector has been weakened. Our aim is to guide clients through the maze of legislation and deliver solid financial reporting to reinforce their reputation. We have first hand experience of the problems you face as a number of our partners are Trustees of charitable organisations.
Charities operate within a complex legal framework and are being regulated for the first time this year by The Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR) who is the independent registrar and regulator. The have created a Scottish Charity Register and have the power of enquiry and intervention, amongst other controls. Our staff know what their expectations are and will help you to meet their criteria.
We can also help you apply for grants and other funding. NEW: SCIO - A new legal form for registered Scottish Charities. Click here for more information.
We act for a diverse cross-section of the charities sector including -
- Charitable trusts
- Clubs and associations
- Voluntary organisations
Such is our commitment to the sector, we have developed the Charity Advice Network, in association with a local firm of solicitors and industry-related experts. This organisation aims to support charities by providing financial, legal, operational and management advice via e-newsletters, events and a subscription service. Click on the link to view our latest CAN newsletter. CAN newsletter 2011
Contact Andrew Croxford on 01383 628800 or email email@example.com to arrange a free initial consultation.