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Post 16 Audit Code of Practice 2019 20
Stephanie Mason

07 August 2020

The ‘Post-16 Audit Code of Practice 2019-20’ (ACOP) has been published in July 2020 and applies from 1 August 2019. It sets out the ‘assurance and accountability requirements for post-16 providers, including sixth-form and further education colleges’.

7 reasons why the CUC HE Audit Committees Code of Practice is good for the sector
Lisa Randall

03 August 2020

The Committee of University Chairs (CUC) published its Higher Education (HE) Audit Committees Code of Practice (the Code) in May 2020. The updates to the Code are certainly welcomed in particular during these unprecedented times with significant change, uncertainty within the sector and changing risk profiles.

Rachel Fleming

Partner

Rachel is an audit partner based in our Newcastle office focused on providing high quality and value adding audit and assurance services, principally to corporate audit clients.

Anna Spencer-Gray

Audit Partner

Anna heads up the charity team for the West Midlands and works across the West Midlands and North West regions. She has 16 years’ audit experience and has expertise in the not for profit sector, working with charity, education, social housing and pension clients.

Zoë Longstaff-Tyrrell

Audit Director

Zoë specialises in working with not for profit clients including Charities and Education clients. She is based in RSM’s Gatwick office and is a member of our national not for profit group, with over 20 years experience working in audit at RSM.

Board assurance: a toolkit for Independent schools
Matthew Humphrey

09 October 2017

Our Board assurance toolkit for independent schools includes a governor’s assurance arrangement preparedness assessment, which will provide a good measure of the progress being made, as well as highlighting the areas that need to be developed further within your school.

Audit code of practice
Dominic Blythe

04 May 2017

The SFA and EFA have updated the post-16 audit code of practice (common standard for the provision of assurance in relation to funding of sixth-forms and further education colleges) – what do the changes mean for your organisation?

Laragh Jeanroy

Partner

Laragh has been providing audit, assurance and financial reporting services to a portfolio of corporate and not for profit entities in East Anglia for 20 years.

Audit committees: fulfilling annual reporting requirements
Stephanie Mason

09 May 2016

Colleges are operating in an environment where there is increased emphasis on effective governance and sustainability, allied to the greater freedoms and flexibilities afforded under the Education Act 2011. Naturally, with greater freedom, comes greater accountability.

Gareth Jones

Partner

Gareth is an audit advisory partner with extensive experience of working with a range of privately owned businesses as well as being a member of the not for profit sector group.

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