Richard specializes in advising on the articles of association for companies, charities and not for profit organizations.

Richard C. Bishop is the author of Articles of Association: Guidance and Precedents and Articles of Association for Charities and Not for Profit Organisations: Guidance and Precedents.

Richard C. Bishop

Richard is lecturer in finance at Leeds Beckett University teaching in the Centre for Tourism and Hospitality Management. Prior to working at Leeds Beckett, Richard taught marketing and business strategy at Wolverhampton University, specializing in delivering CIM modules and lead the financial service degree program at Coventry University College.

Business Interests

Richard is director at PFEP, a leading financial advice firm and is well known in the adviser space, he has written columns for the FT Adviser, Professional Adviser and Money Marketing.

Research and Writing

Richard is the leading academic and researcher on company constitutions and the articles of association. He has authored two books, both by Bloomsbury Law on company, not for profit and charity articles of association and drafted precedents for: private limited companies, community interest companies, charities and employee trusts.

Teaching Focus

Richard teaches a broad spectrum of subjects but specialises in finance, company law, marketing, banking, tax, trustees and financial services.

Research Interests

Richard’s research interests focus on company law, company constitutions, drafting precedents and rights of minority shareholders. Richard has written 3 books, including the first textbook discussing not for profit and charity articles of association.