Paul Palmer

Paul Palmer

Paul Palmer is professor of voluntary sector management at Cass Business School and charities consultant to UBS Wealth Management.

He has an extensive knowledge of charity financial, management and governance issues, and has worked as an independent expert on charity dispute issues for courts and arbitration.

 

 

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Paul Palmer steps down from expenses panel

Professor Paul Palmer has stood down from the independent expert group on expenses in the wake of revelations that he also sits on the board of a for-profit company that has launched a software tool to help charities report their expenses. In his place, the panel has appointed two new members – former chief Charity Commissioner John Stoker and academic Peter Grant.

Paul Palmer admits conflict of interest over expenses

A business that has just launched a software solution to help charities report their expenses boasts Professor Paul Palmer as a board member – the same Paul Palmer that sits on the independent panel that is devising guidance on how charities should report their expenses. 

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