Charity 100 Index: Spring in its step
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Charity 100 Index: Spring in its step

1 Jun 2015 | Diane Sim

Three successive quarters of above-average growth have given a welcome boost to the annual performance of the Charity 100 Index, finds Diane Sim.

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Charity 100 Index: constituent review 2015

Six new entrants and exits, but still no real change at the top in this year’s review of the members of the Charity 100 Index, finds Diane Sim.

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Charities should regularly review their insurance provision and monitor evolving areas of risk, says Ian Allsop.

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Hawkish views on interest rates are creating bearish investor sentiment – despite two years of double-digit returns, finds Diane Sim.

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