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Finance | 26 Sep 2008

Ros Harwood analyses the Charity Commission’s new guidance on serious incident reporting.

The charity commission has recently revised its guidance on when trustees must report serious incidents. Good practice has always been that trustees should inform the Commission if any serious incident has arisen that could significantly harm their charity’s property, work, beneficiaries or reputation, but now legal requirements cement that.

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October 2008

October 2008