Anjali’s in-depth knowledge and expertise in the critical issues facing organisations within the not-for-profit sector is supported by her having spent the past 17 years’ advising to numerous charities and education institutions. Making it her mission to identify and raise potential challenges and risks at the earliest possible stage, Anjali is relied upon by her clients to advise them on all aspects of fulfilling their goals and ambitions.
A true specialist in the charity and education sectors, and counting independent schools and academies amongst her clients, Anjali has extensive commercial experience and has also advised a number of charities on tax implications and setting up external trading activities She was also historically involved with the old grant-maintained schools before they were abolished and is well versed at liaising with government bodies, including more recently for a number of charities that have assumed services from local authorities.
Anjali regularly provides training for finance directors, bursars and trustees for clients and non clients through seminars as well as regularly speaking at events including those hosted by the Girls Schools Association. She is the former President of the Haberdashers’ Aske’s School for Girls’ Old Girls Committee and is the current treasurer and executive member of the Charity Law Association, in addition to holding a number of other voluntary roles. Anjali also sits on Kingston Smith’s Executive Board.