Help Secure Your Charity's Future By Intelligent Investing

18 October 2012

With so much economic uncertainty tune in to Third Sector’s upcoming webcast to hear how to make your charities investments work harder now and into the future:

- What is the financial outlook for charities? With interest rates low is investing the way forward? Or does it carry too much risk?

- Gain proven tips to ensure that you mitigate the risks to your charity and drive profits in the years ahead

- Evolve your investment strategy to drive maximum value from your funds – bolstering your cause and help deliver on your mission

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Sponsored by: vendor/caf
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Speakers:

Bish Limbu

Job Title: Fund Manager
Company: Octopus Investments
Bish has over 18 year’s experience in manager research and portfolio/fund management including previous roles at Bestinvest Brokers and Barclays Wealth. He graduated with a BA Honours degree in engineering and computing Science form Oxford University, is a CFA charter holder and a member of the Securities Institute.
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Mark Morford

Job Title: Product Manager, Investments
Company: CAF
Mark has over 10 years experience working within the charity sector. Formerly heading up CAF’s client relations teams for charities and trusts, Mark now manages CAF’s investment proposition, designed for charitable organisations of all sizes.
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Paul Farmer

Job Title: Chief Executive
Company: Mind
Paul Farmer has been Chief Executive of Mind, the leading mental health charity working in England and Wales since May 2006. Mind is the best known mental health charity in England and Wales and is an influential voice on mental health issues. Paul is Chair of the Disabilities Charities Consortium, Vice-Chair of the Department of Health Talking Therapies Programme Board and Chair of the Equalities and Diversity Forum panel on human rights. Before becoming Chief Executive of Mind, Paul was Director of Public Affairs for Rethink and was Chair of the Mental Health Alliance from 2001-2006. Paul is a trustee at the Mental Health Providers Forum, an umbrella body for voluntary organisations supporting people with mental distress. He was a trustee for the Directory of Social Change, a campaigning voluntary organisation that provides the sector with training and publications.
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Moderated by:

Alex Whitson

Job Title: Director
Company: Third Sector Insight
Alex is Director of the division responsible for Third Sector Insight. The division outputs a range of informative content for the charity sector ranging from live events through to surveys, expert reports and webinars.
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