The NHS Confederation is a charitable company, registered with the Charity Commission (1090329) and Companies House (04358614). Our charitable purpose, as set out in our Articles of Association
, is “the relief of sickness and the preservation and protection of public health”.
We are governed by a Board of Trustees
and are subject to the regulations of both the Charity Commission and Companies House.
We also have a subsidiary trading company, The NHS Confederation (Services) Company Limited, through which all of our non-charitable activity is managed, such as conferences, sponsorship and exhibitions.
2019 Board of Trustee meeting dates
- 21 March 2019
- 23 May 2019
- 18 July 2019
- 19 September 2019
- 05 December 2019
We have two committees that support the work of the Board.
The Audit Committee advises the board on the process for risk, control and governance. The committee is chaired by Julia Hickey and the other trustee members are Tony Stevens and Paul Jenkins.
The committee is supported by two independent members Roger Swain and Liz May.
The Remuneration Committee agrees the remuneration for the directors, considers any staff pay awards and oversees the pay and reward strategy for the organisation. It is chaired by Owen Williams and the other trustee members are Julia Hickey and Graham Jackson.
Scheme of Delegation
Our Scheme of Delegation sets out who has the authority to make decisions across the organisation and specifically who can authorise expenditure.
Register of Interests
Our register of interests lists all interests declared by our directors, trustees and independent members of audit committee.
Annual Report and Financial Statements
The NHS Confederation produces financial statements which are filed with Companies House. Read our 2016/17 Annual Report and Financial Statements for further information.