Sayer Vincent is a firm of chartered accountants that has been dedicated to charities and social enterprises for over 30 years. Through our tailored audit and advice services, we provide trustees and managers with the assurance that their charity is managing its resources effectively. As well as being commercial accountants, our team has an in-depth knowledge of the governance and management of charities and social enterprises. They can advise on a range of business activities to help your organisation achieve the best financial outcomes, always mindful of your objectives. Working with Sayer Vincent you will feel that you have extra people in your team. 

We've moved!

From 20 April 2015 Sayer Vincent is located at Invicta House, 108-114 Golden Lane, LONDON, EC1Y 0TL.

Our email and phone number is the same. 

Financial Leadership Awards

We are open for applications for the 2015 awards. The list of 2014 winners can be found here.


Join our LinkedIn Group Charity Financial Leadership.

Latest discussion: "Finance is an enabling function, not a support function"

Venues for seminars and forum events can be found here

Find out what it is like to work with Sayer Vincent - take a look at some of our case studies

  • CSV
  • DEC 
  • Havens Hospices 
  • RIBA
  • Ambitious About Autism
  • Greenpeace
  • Freemantle Trust 

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April - Sayer Vincent is moving! Also in this months edition: congratulations to the winner of a free place at the Charity Accountant's Conference, read our budget update, find out about reductions in employer national insurance contributions and more...


Financial leadership in international charities

The financial and risk management of international charities grows ever more complex(read more..)

Effortless chairing

Our February Trustee Forum reflected on the skills of chairs – it can appear effortless, but this takes preparation and experience(read more..)

Good controls

Everyone knows that you need to have internal financial controls in any organisation, but we often find that too little attention is paid to the design of good controls. (read more..)

Innovation and risk

At a recent discussion hosted by the Honorary Treasurers’ Forum, some interesting points were made. (read more..)

Charity Accountants' Conference 2015

This year's conference will take place in Nottingham on 17-18 September. There will be sessions to develop your knowledge and skills and bring you up to date with the new SORPs and tax issues.

"As accountants' conferences go it was by far and away the most enjoyable that I have ever attended. A really good variety of workshops to suit all needs and plenty of opportunities to network and chat with other delegates." Jill Long, Teenage Cancer Trust 

"It was good to meet you and all your colleagues. I am sure that all of the delegates greatly appreciated the expertise that you all freely shared and went back to their charities better equipped and inspired to lead and support their organisations." Paul Holland, Shirley Baptist Church

Financial Leadership Awards

We are open for applications for the 2015 awards. The list of 2014 winners can be found here.