CMCE Virtual Interactive Workshop 13 June:  Fearing the Unknown
Education Supper at Bakers' Hall 19 June:  AI's Role in Higher Education
Workshop at Plaisterers' Hall 25 June:  How should charities use AI?
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Associated Organisations

Associated Organisations

The Centre for Charity Effectiveness (Bayes CCE) exists to maximise the effectiveness of organisations and individuals within the voluntary and community sector.

The Company looks on the Centre of Charity Effectiveness at Bayes Business School as our livery school, as joint founder, by governance and providing management and financial support. 

Bayes Business School (formerly Cass) is a leading global Business School in the City of London. They are known for their world-class business education, excellent research reputation, and deep engagement with practice. They are part of City, University of London.

Sea Cadets

The Marine Society and Sea Cadets are a voluntary youth organisation, open to young people aged 10 to 18.

The Sea Cadets and the Company first engaged with each other in the summer of 2002 and there has been much activity to the mutual benefit of both organisations. 

The Financial Services Group is one of the very few inter-Livery organisations in existence and is becoming an increasingly influential body in the City where the Company’s participation is noted and valued.

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The City of London is one of the world’s leading international finance centres. As head of the City of London Corporation, which provides business and local government services to the City, the Lord Mayor of London's principal role today is ambassador for all UK-based financial and professional services.
The Management Consultancies Association (MCA) was founded in 1956. It is the industry's trade body representing the larger management consulting firms; it works to maintain their reputation and sustain their quality of service.
The Institute of Consulting (IC) formerly the IBC was created by the merger of the Institute of Business Advisers and the Institute of Management Consultancy, previously two separate organisations within the Chartered Management Institute. The IC is committed to enhance industry performance by raising the professional standards of those working in a consultancy role.