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When a charity merger goes wrong

When a charity merger goes wrong
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When a charity merger goes wrong

Governance | Chris Billington | 18 Feb 2010

Two charities (A and B) had held discussions about a potential merger, facilitated by their principal funder, the local council. However, after more than a year of discussions, the council cancelled further merger discussions on the basis that charity A was no longer viable.

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March 2010

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