Better Together – How to Make Cost Sharing Arrangements Work
Monday 29th, April 2024
14:00 - 15:00

Better Together – How to Make Cost Sharing Arrangements Work

Better Together – How to Make Cost Sharing Arrangements Work

The sector continues to face ongoing cost pressures. At a time where efficiency and cost-effectiveness are paramount, understanding the intricacies of cost sharing arrangements can be the key to unlocking savings and optimising resources.

When implemented effectively, these arrangements can create tax efficiencies as well as allowing organisations to share resources, skills and collaborate together.
Join us for this webinar where we will explore:

  • The use of cost sharing arrangements,
  • The legal and tax considerations,
  • Common pitfalls and how to avoid,
  • Best practices, and
  • Innovative approaches to realising the opportunities of collaborative cost sharing.

Topics Covered:

  • Partnership working
  • Cost sharing arrangements
  • Legal implications
  • Tax implications
  • Common pitfalls and how to avoid


Gemma Bell, Partner, Banking, Governance & Corporate

Gemma advises on a range of areas including social housing regulatory, charity law, governance, company and community benefit society law, corporate restructuring projects, joint ventures, stock transfers and mergers and acquisitions.

Gemma acts for a range of clients nationally including housing associations, local authorities, charities and social enterprises.

Sharon Thandi, Senior Associate, Banking, Governance & Corporate

Sharon specialises in corporate, governance and regulatory advice and primarily works with registered providers of social housing (RPs) on a variety of matters that range from incorporation and registration as RPs, through to dealing with regulatory intervention and partnership working with third parties.

Sharon advises clients across the housing, charities and third sectors on their corporate and company secretarial needs, including providing training and support to boards and executive teams on their regulatory compliance and a range of other legal issues.

Dan Guy, Director, Cubed Tax

Dan Guy is a Director and Leader at Cubed Tax. Dan is a Chartered Tax Advisor and former member of the VAT Expert Group at the Charity Tax Group, Dan’s journey began in a big four firm, where he honed his skills in supporting housing, Third Sector, and public sectors. Over time, he led teams in Third Sector firms, elevating their services in these sectors.
Dan’s commitment extends beyond VAT, as he collaborates with tax specialists and lawyers to ensure that the right experts are seamlessly integrated into projects at the right time, easing the burden on clients. Dan ensures that complex issues are communicated in a straightforward manner, aligned with project objectives.

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