Charity Legal Survey 2014: Spoilt for choice
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Charity Legal Survey 2014: Spoilt for choice

1 Jul 2014 | Diane Sim
Tags: Law

Consolidation in the legal market has reduced the number of firms but charities still have a wide range of options, finds Diane Sim.

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Charity Banking Survey 2014: Safety first

Recent events in the banking industry have put the safety and security of bank deposits firmly back in the spotlight, finds Diane Sim.

Finance Team Survey 2014: Road to recovery

Pressure on the resourcing levels of charity finance teams is at last showing signs of easing up, finds Diane Sim.

Charity Insurance Survey 2014: Managing a risky business

Ian Allsop reviews how charities are using their insurers to fulfil their risk management obligations.

Charity IT Survey 2014: What’s the big idea?

Ian Allsop reviews how charities are meeting the challenge of balancing tight budgets with the pressure to invest in new technologies. New ideas are sorely needed.

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Charity Audit Survey 2013: Shuffling the pack

M&A activity among mid-tier audit firms is creating new challengers in the charity audit hierarchy, finds Diane Sim.

Fund Management Survey 2013: Bumpy ride ahead

Charity investors may have to accept more volatility and greater risk in future, if they are to sustain desired rates of return, finds Diane Sim.

Charity Shops Survey 2013: Standing out

Jonathan Last reports on some of the highlights of this year's Charity Shops Survey.

Pooled Funds Survey 2013: Balance of power

The Charity Commission plans to relinquish control of common investment funds. Gareth Jones explores this change and the wider issues around pooled investment.

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