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What every trustee needs to know about the new Sorp

3 Nov 2014 | Don Bawtree

Don Bawtree explains what trustees need to know about the new accounting standard.

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Christian Aid: balancing devolution and oversight

In 1945, the British and Irish churches created Christian Aid to put faith into action amid the ruins of a horrific war. Its current director describes the major issues surrounding his governance today...

Once bitten twice smitten: a case of financial mismanagement

The fraudulent chief executive and his unorthodox repayment scheme.

Case study: How Age Concern used occupational standards to improve governance

Age Concern South Lakeland used Occupational Standards for trustees and management committee members to restore its strategic focus.

Monitoring investments

Once a charity has determined an investment strategy and appointed an investment manager for its assets, attention will naturally move to questions of how well the investments are performing and how well they are being managed.

Good advice, but there is an important point to add: merger is rarely a proper answer to impending insolvency.

» Trustees ignoring looming insolvency

Making accountability work

We all want accountability, but how can we start a conversation within our organisation to translate the idea into practice? Michael Hammer advises.

The war on laundering

The new money laundering regulations are a reminder to all charities about reporting suspicious activity.

State Aid aid

Julian Blake gives some advice on how best to apply the EU State Aid rules.

Dundee school rules

Alastair Keatinge reviews recent developments in Scottish charity law.

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