The regulator of the future
The non-profit sector is changing fast, along with the rest of the world. As they adapt to change, Arts and cultural organizations, NGOs and charities have to contend with important factors such as diversity and inclusivity in policymaking, the composition of the organization itself, and in its choice of regulators. Digitization, sustainability, good governance and transparency are also crucial elements that need reviewing in times of change. At the same time, society has become more sceptical and often distrustful of publicly funded institutions.
The regulator of the future will be expected to be capable of competing in this environment. He or she will need to be dependable, knowledgeable, have a proven track record of success, as well as being perceptive and sensitive to current societal issues. In addition, any regulator will typically need to possess a thorough understanding of the dynamics at play within the public sector. Our clients believe in good governance and seek passionate and committed regulators.