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Don't miss July's Charity Finance

Finance | 22 Jun 2012

July's Charity Finance is available to order now.

If you'd like to receive the magazine, call us on 020 7819 1200 or click here.

It’s always educational and exciting to do something new. Here at Charity Finance we have very much enjoyed putting together our inaugural charity legal survey. Diane Sim weaves the analysis together, identifying the leading players in the charity legal market and the issues that are worrying their charity clients.

Many readers will also be very interested in our look at the  gender balance on charity boards. A year on from our first, groundbreaking review of the issue, Vibeka Mair discovers some progress, but that change is painfully slow among many of our largest charities.

Also in July's edition:

  • We have two FREE supplements, saving subscribers £35: The Trustee Leadership Survey, our biennial look at the governance of the largest 100 charities, and a special report on The Charity Awards 2012, which took place on 14 June. 
  • Matthew Simkins and Steve Billot analyse the various stages of a charity’s life-cycle on pages 38-39, showing that failure can strike at any time.
  • Atul Patel, a senior academic at Cass Business School, urges us to take more care in ensuring that our HR recruitment decisions are right for the
    long-term.
  • David Royce shares the details of the business model adopted by CRI, a charity funded exclusively from statutory sources.

If you'd like to receive the magazine, call us on 020 7819 1200 or click here.

And finally...

Tickets are now on sale for the Charity Finance Summit on 15 October. They are priced from £249 for charities, or send a team of up to four for less than £100 each. This major event in central London will incorporate separate conferences on investment, property, and VAT and tax; all under one roof. 

Visit civilsociety.co.uk/events 
 

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