Charity Banking Survey 2015: rising to the challengers
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Charity Banking Survey 2015: rising to the challengers

1 May 2015 | Diane Sim
Tags: Banking

With the large high street banking groups splintering and new players eyeing their customers, the UK banking sector looks set for another shake up, finds Diane Sim.

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Finance staff

A business partnering approach has enabled finance staff to progress from back-office number crunchers to frontline advisers, finds Diane Sim.

Charity Insurance Survey 2015: Premium rates

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

Charity Audit Survey 2014: Double standards

The new Sorps are published, but the uncertain future of the FRSSE is creating confusion for many charities over which one to use, finds Diane Sim.

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

Charity Shops Survey 2014: The rag trade

David Ainsworth reports on some of the highlights of this year’s Charity Shops Survey.

Pooled Funds Survey 2014: Dipping into new pools

After a year in which a number of CIFs have closed, Ian Allsop assesses the future of pooled funds in the charity sector.

Finance Directors Survey 2014: More FDs move jobs

Ian Allsop reviews this year’s list of FDs at the UK’s largest 100 charities, and finds many new faces.

Charity Legal Survey 2014: Spoilt for choice

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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