The Times They Are A-Changin’
An outline of all the important statutory changes affecting NFPs and charities
We are currently at maximum capacity. If you would like to be added to our waitlist, please contact AuSAE via firstname.lastname@example.orgAmidst all the chaos and confusion of 2021, many NFPs and charities have not been made fully aware of statutory changes which have either already been implemented or are going to be implemented in 2022.
This seminar will allow you, in one brief session, to become acquainted with all of the statutory developments affecting your NFP or charity. This seminar will include an explanation of:
- New laws about virtual meetings;
- Amendments to fundraising legislation in NSW;
- Upcoming changes to DGR laws;
- What you need to know about director identification numbers;
- What the ATO now expects of NFPs;
- New case law affecting PBIs; and
- Other relevant changes.
Time – 8:45am for start time of 9.00am
Finish presentation at 10:00am followed by coffee etc.
Join us in person at our upcoming Executive Briefing Sydney: The Times They Are A-Changin' to find out all you need to know on this all important subject matter.
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To ensure the health and safety of our Partners, Staff and Visitors, in compliance with NSW Government regulations we can only host individuals who have been fully vaccinated.
To attend this event, you will need to provide proof of your vaccination status to Mills Oakley upon entry at the event.
Meet our Presenter
Vera Visevic, Partner, Mills Oakley
Vera heads up the Sydney Not-For-Profit & Social Enterprise team at Mills Oakley Law Firm. Acting for numerous charities, religious and not-for-profit organisations, Vera has over 25 years’ experience in the legal profession. In her work, Vera is well recognised for her expertise in assisting clients with governance and fundraising issues, restructuring and mergers and regularly advises on constitutions and ACNC/ATO endorsements.
Vera has written several academic works, including a chapter within ‘Charity Law’ (2012, 2016 and 2018) published by Thompson Reuters.
Vera further edits the Clubs & Societies title in the Australian Encyclopaedia of Forms and Precedents, and reviewed the Community Care and Service regulatory compliance module for LexisNexis, covering such topics as the National Disability Insurance Scheme, and community housing.Vera sits on numerous charity boards, associations and committees including the ACNC Professional User Group and the Community and Consumer Consultative Group, Cemeteries and Crematoria NSW
For more information, visit www.millsoakley.com.au