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Top 100 charity chief executives earn average of £170,000

1 Sep 2015 | Emily Corfe

Chief executives working for the UK’s top 100 charities had an average salary of just over £170,000 in the last year, but pay remains low compared to other sectors, according to exclusive research by Charity Finance magazine.

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Action for Children’s total income has fallen for the third year in a row, due to “volatile markets” and “pressure on local authorities’ funds”, according to its latest set of accounts filed this week.

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Social Investment Scotland (SIS) has said that the past year has been a record one for the loan provider, with £23m of new or renewed investment secured.

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North Lees Hall, Derbyshire, owned by the Vivat Trust.

Heritage charity Vivat Trust has gone into liquidation owing £1.3m with the potential loss of 23 jobs, according to documents filed with Companies House on Friday.

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