Staff signing bank mandates
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Staff signing bank mandates

1 Nov 2014
Tags: Banking

Sam Coutinho advises the chair of a charity who has discovered staff have been signing bank mandates.


Staff signing bank mandates

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Is David Cameron's Big Society dead?

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Tris Lumley, head of development at NPC

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Work Programme is at risk of 'systematic failure', charity sub-contractors warn

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It is incredibly important that charities raise larger concerns about broader issues, rather than only focusing on the immediate situation.

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Bono, founder of One charity

A TV ad created by Bono’s One charity to highlight the famine in Africa has been refused clearance to air because of its political nature.

Chris Melvin, interim chief executive of Shaw Trust

The Shaw Trust has appointed former chief executive of Reed in Partnership, Chris Melvin, as its acting interim chief executive.

A Swan song for volunteers? Not on my watch

The value of a charity is demonstrated at the very frontline with its volunteers, says David Philpott, as he marks the efforts of a stalwart member of the team. 

Gareth Thomas, new shadow minister for civil society

Labour leader Ed Miliband has today announced the full team he hopes will support him to win the next election, including Harrow West MP Gareth Thomas as the new shadow minister for civil society.

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