Thursday, June 25, 2015
Nonprofit Symposium | Renovating the Nonprofit Approach to Finance
Posted by Paul O'Grady
Now in its fourth year, Armanino’s Nonprofit Team is pleased to host our annual Nonprofit Symposium on July 15, 2015, at the Hotel Nikko in San Francisco. Recent to Cutting Edge: Renovating the Nonprofit Approach to Finance was designed specifically for finance executives of today’s leading, larger nonprofit organizations, the free, half-day forum offers education opportunities around today’s leading nonprofit finance issues, as well as three hours of continuing education (CE) credit for attendees.
Over the years, we’ve found that our nonprofit clients and friends of the firm really appreciate the networking and educational focus of our symposium. This year’s event won’t disappoint, focusing on how nonprofits can renovate their approach to finance and address current and pending compliance issues that affect meeting mission goals.
The event will open with a keynote address from Christopher Thornberg, founding partner at Beacon Economics. He will give a comprehensive forecast on the local, regional and national economies with emphasis on issues affecting the nonprofit industry in California into the future. Then, attendees will participate in three panel and presentation sessions focused on how their nonprofit can overcome tomorrow’s funding, compliance and donor communication challenges using best practices from yesterday and today.
Interested nonprofit CFOs and their finance teams are encouraged to register today, as space is limited, by our event website: https://info.armaninollp.com/nonprofitsymposium/2015/
Paul graduated from University College in Galway, Ireland, in 1989 with a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Political Science. He joined Armanino in 1995. Paul heads up the nonprofit practice group at the firm and also serves on the firm’s Accounting Standards Technical Committee. Paul is a member of the AICPA and the California Society of CPAs. Paul also has extensive for-profit experience.