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Charitable Status

The University of Suffolk is an exempt charity within the meaning of schedule 3 of the Charities Act 2011, regulated by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) and a company limited by guarantee.

Registered in England and Wales, company number: 05078498.

Registered Address: Waterfront Building, Neptune Quay, Ipswich, IP4 1QJ

The University of Suffolk is established for charitable purposes and its principal constitutional document is its Articles of Association:

The objects of the company are contained within item 4 of its Articles of Association.

The financial year end for University of Suffolk is 31 July. The most recent Annual Report and Financial Statements are located under:

 

The members of the Board of Directors are the trustees of the charity. The names of the trustees at 31 January 2017 are listed below, together with the names of other charities of which each member is also a trustee.

Professor William Pope (Chair): to be confirmed

Richard Lister OBE (Vice-Chancellor): trustee also of the New Wolsey Theatre Board

Celia Edey OBE (Deputy Chair): trustee of no other charities

David Edwards OBE (Senior Independent Director): trustee of no other charities

Deborah Cadman OBE: trustee also of the Joseph Rowntree Foundation

Fiona Hotston Moore: trustee of no other charities

Fraser Woodburn: trustee of no other charities

Dr Jennifer Barnes: trustee of no other charities

Mark Pendlington: trustee also of the Green Light Trust and the Prince's Countryside Fund

Professor Mohammad Dastbaz: trustee also of the Architectural Association

Professor Mohamed Abdel-Maguid (Staff Representative): trustee of no other charities

Paul Winter MBE: trustee of no other charities

Rachel Gilbey (Student Representative): trustee of University of Suffolk Student's Union

Russell Williams: trustee of no other charities

Tim Greenacre (Board Secretary): trustee also of Suffolk Academies Trust (Suffolk One)

Viv Gillespie: trustee of no other charities