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May 6 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 PM

Virtual event for independent schools: Do we have the power to borrow?

A joint event from AGBIS and Harrison Clark Rickerbys

If your school is assessing its cashflow and the options around funding and financial viability after Covid-19, this is a must-attend event.

Register now for an interactive webinar aimed at Governors, Clerks to Governors and Bursars to help you determine if your school has the power to borrow. We will provide practical advice for when dealing with lenders and highlight the key things to consider if your school is in financial distress.

Programme:

  • Welcome – Richard Harman, Chief Executive, AGBIS
  • Charity law issues in relation to borrowing – Kate Hickey, Partner, Education
  • Practical issues when dealing with lenders – Russell Jarvis, Partner, Banking and Finance
  • Financial distress and trustee duties – Paul Grundy, Senior Associate, Restructuring and Insolvency
  • Q&A

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In advance of the webinar we will email you with joining instructions. We use Zoom, so if you haven’t previously registered, please allow time to do so. We will mute and disable the video of all attendees, so will ask you to use the ‘Q&A’ function to ask questions.

If you are unable to download the software, or experience any other issues with using the platform please use the audio connection details to dial into the webinar.

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The details

Date: May 6th 2020
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

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Key contacts

Kate Hickey

Partner

M: 07890 625 128

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Russell Jarvis

Partner

M: 07901 231 885

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Paul Grundy

Senior Associate

M: 07715 060 285

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