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FREE WEBINAR: Financial Literacy Survey – A discussion on the outcomes

Date: 29 October 2015 at 03:00 am Presenter: Simon Handcox Run time: 60 Location: Online Materials Price: $0 (in AUD)

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Pro Bono Australia and Grant Thornton Australia collaborated to undertake a public national study to help understand whether today’s Not for Profit boards have the necessary financial literacy skills to guide their organisations through the challenges and changes ahead.

With the Not for Profit sector experiencing a period of such unprecedented change, organisations are increasingly reliant on strong governing bodies (referred to throughout as ‘boards’) to guide them through the accompanying uncertainties and challenges. To provide the best support to their organisations, boards have an obligation to make sound commercial decisions – they need to be financially literate.

In this webinar session, Simon will further explore the key results, outcomes and themes of the survey, and discuss the impact these challenges may have on organisations.

Download the free survey results HERE.


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Simon Handcox

Simon Handcox

Simon Hancox is the national head of the firm’s Not for Profit (NFP) industry group, a passionate group of people dedicated to supporting and helping grow Australian NFPs.

Simon and his team assist some of this country’s most admired NFPs with internal and external audits and advice covering investments, governance and business and technology risk.

With over 25 years’ experience, Simon successfully combines technical expertise with specialist skills and a strong commercial awareness. He represents Australia on Grant Thornton International’s steering committee for the Not for Profit industry. Meeting quarterly, the steering committee provides global insights into the major trends affecting the sector.

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