Too much focus on reputational risk?

Too much focus on reputational risk?

28 Aug 2014 | Dorothy Dalton

Dorothy Dalton wonders if trustees are too focused on reputational risk?


Too much focus on reputational risk?

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Sally Reynolds chief executive of Social Firms UK

Sally Reynolds, the co-founder and chief executive of Social Firms UK, will step down from her role towards the end of the year after a sudden personal loss for her and her children.

Why an institute of not-for-profit investment management?

Roger Chester reveals more about his plan to create an institute to provide impartial fund management assistance and advice to charities.

Former quango the School Food Trust sets up charity and social enterprise

Former government quango the School Food Trust has appointed its board of trustees, as it prepares to become an independent charity with a social enterprise.

BIG appoints Catch 22 as preferred bidder for £25m youth fund

The Big Lottery Fund has appointed a consortium led by Catch 22 as the preferred partner to run its £25m Realising Ambition progamme, which will focus on support for young people at risk of offending.

Has the taxpayer gained? I don't think so - the small savings to the Treasury (after the redundancy costs) are far outweighed by the damaging consequences of an under-resourced charity regulator.

» The cuts don't work

Retail Trust Campaign T-shirt

The Retail Trust has today launched a Twitter campaign, using hashtag #highstheroes, to raise funds for retail staff and shopkeepers affected by the UK riots.

Sweeping change: riots and the Big Society

The recent riots have done more to illustrate the concept of Big Society than the government has achieved since the last election, says Robert Ashton.

Musicians ‘emotionally blackmailed’ into performing at charity events

Charities use emotional blackmail to pressure musicians into performing for free at their events, a musicians’ body has claimed.

Disability charities use e-petition to campaign against government welfare cuts

A group of disability charities, led by the Children’s Society is using the government's new e-petition site to lobby government to debate the introduction of the universal credit welfare system.

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