Group structures: considerations for trustees
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Group structures: considerations for trustees

26 Aug 2015

Elizabeth Davis and Kirsteen Hook examine issues faced by trustees working with large complex networks.

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To pay or not to pay?

The issue of trustee payment continues to divide the sector. Amy Gordon sets out the legal position, David Gold argues in favour and Andrew Hind argues against.

When trustees become personally responsible

Jane Klauber explains why two trustees were held personally liable for acts of discrimination.

Fraud from a governance perspective

Maryam Kennedy describes the types of fraud charities can face and how to combat them.

Demystifying the Companies Act 2006

Christine Rigby explains what powers charites have under the Companies Act 2006.

Straying from governing documents

Philip Smith explains the process for resolving a situation where the trustees had not complied with requirements under its articles of association.

Rosie Chapman, former director of policy and effectiveness at the Charity Commission

Rosie Chapman provides a whistle-stop tour of the terms of reference of the NCVO's review of the Charities Act 2006.

How to comply with the Bribery Act

The Bribery Act is now in force Sarah Rowley outlines how to avoid its pitfalls.

Danger of exercising break clauses in leases of property

A recent case highlights the importance of complying exactly with the conditions of a break clause, says Kate Slattery.

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