Mark Salway

Mark Salway

Director of Sustainable Finance,
The Centre for Charity Effectiveness, Cass Business School

Mark sits on the Board of Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor, who have just won the Skoll Prize for Social Innovation and Impact in water services to the ultra-poor. Mark is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, and holds their postgraduate diploma in charity accounting. He is a keen competitive swimmer and currently Chair of a large community-focused swimming club

  • Exploring the future of financial sustainability and how charities can successfully manage risk through effective business planning
  • Assessing how charities can improve financial capabilities and controls to support sustainable financial management
  • Adopting new opportunities for diversifying income streams and spreading risk
  • Examining the future challenges to financial sustainability and the role of outstanding financial leadership in enhancing financial resilience

  • Explore how your charity can better support enhanced analysis of overheads and cost models when delivering services
  • Analyse the key steps in ensuring full cost recovery through effective costing and pricing when engaging with funders
  • Assess how to successfully report indirect costs in line with the Statement of Recommended Practice (SORP)
  • Gain insights into utilising cost recovery to ensure overheads are recovered in all activities and to support sustainable income growth