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Grant Thornton's Not for Profit team has been at the heart of the education sector in the UK for many years and our clients come from every corner of the country. 

Our clients range across the entire UK sector, but we have built specific expertise in specialist, post '92 and arts institutions to bring the expertise of a large professional services advisor to every institution. Our experts regularly attend British University Finance Directors’ Group conferences, provide training at their events and engage closely with the Financial Reporting Group and HE SORP committee. As a trusted advisor in the sector, we have forged new links with the Office for Students (OfS) and continuously feed into the development of their regulatory framework. These connections mean we are at the forefront of addressing issues and keeping our sector specialists informed.

We understand the opportunities for the UK’s higher education sector as well as the risks, including Brexit, media interest in senior remuneration, pension contributions, capital investments and the implications of changes to student tuition fees.

 

 

 

 

Meet our Team:

Carol Rudge – Head of Not for Profit and Regional Lead, London and SE

James Kirkland – Market Insight & Development James.A.Kirkland@uk.gt.com

Bill Devitt – Regional Lead, Midlands

Debbie Watson – Regional Lead, North

Mark Bishop - Regional Lead, Thames Valley and SW

Omadevi Jani - HE Technical Lead and FRG member

Claire Hamlin – HE VAT Lead

Louise Gannon – HE Direct Tax Lead

David Field - HE International Tax Lead

Website 

Resources

Four solutions for higher education pension deficits

The state of university financial reporting

How can universities at financial risk survive?

Issues impacting the higher education sector

Higher education sector financial reporting

 

 

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