Christian Aid consults staff on redundancies
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Christian Aid consults staff on redundancies

28 Sep 2016 | Kirsty Weakley

International development charity Christian Aid is consulting staff on proposed changes to the organisation’s global operations, which includes reducing its headcount.

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Charity Commission publishes report into 94 charities facing ‘financial distress’

Around one in every seventy charities with incomes over £1m was identified as facing potential financial difficulty by its auditors, according to a Charity Commission report.

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Community accounting services have “died a death in London”, after failing to develop social enterprise models, according to the chief executive of Community Accounting Plus.

 Charity incorporation process to change in Scotland despite ‘serious concerns’ from charities

Charities seeking incorporated status in Scotland will have to change their name and apply for charitable status again, under a new process announced by OSCR, the Scottish charity regulator.

 Oxfam faces 20 per cent spending hit following Brexit, warns fundraising director

Oxfam will have to spend up to 20 per cent more to help the same amount of beneficiaries, following a drop in the value of the pound after the referendum result, its director of fundraising said earlier this week.

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» Daniel Phelan dies, aged 58

Commission proposes overhaul of independent examination rules

The Charity Commission has launched a consultation on proposed new directions for independent examiners assessing charities.

Regulators outline plans to require professional advisers to report on more matters

The three UK charity regulators have opened a joint consultation on a revised list of “significant matters” that auditors and independent examiners must report.

Annual reports 'too often treated by trustees as compliance exercise'

Charity annual reports often reveal little about governance and are treated by trustees as “a compliance exercise”, the head of accountancy services at the Charity Commission has said.

Nick Brooks stepping down as head of not-for-profit at Kingston Smith

Accountancy firm Kingston Smith has announced that Nick Brooks is stepping down and will be replaced by Neil Finlayson as the firm’s head of not-for-profit.

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