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Charity Banking Survey 2016: A buyer's market

9 May 2016 | Diane Sim
Tags: Banking

Changes to the banking landscape are creating new players and new opportunities for charities, finds Diane Sim.

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Finance Directors Survey 2016: Rise of the young females

Alice Sharman finds that women are increasingly taking director roles at the top 100 charities.

Diane Sim

The new Sorps regime is here but how smooth is the transition to the new rules likely to be, asks Diane Sim.

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Following two years of strong performance, increasing volatility is testing charities’ appetite for risk, finds Diane Sim.

Charity shops

Charity shops have had a tougher year than any in the previous decade. David Ainsworth tracks the key trends.

Ian Allsop

Will a new vehicle help drive returns for charity investors in pooled funds? Ian Allsop investigates the Charity Authorised Investment Fund.

David Mobbs, chief executive of Nuffield Health, who is the highest earner

Britain’s top-100 charity chief executives are earning more than ever before. Are they worth it, or – as tabloids would have us believe – are charities wasting public money? Emily Corfe investigates.   

Women on boards

There is a continuing improvement in the gender balance on the boards of large charities, but the chair is still a male-dominated role, reveals Emily Corfe.

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Large charities are increasingly adopting strategies to optimise their mix of internal, external and pro bono legal support, finds Diane Sim.

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