Failure to report a serious incident to the Charity Commission
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Failure to report a serious incident to the Charity Commission

1 Nov 2014
Tags: Regulation | Law

David Walker explains how a charity can end up in more difficulty by not reporting serious incidents to the Charity Commission.

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Failure to report a serious incident to the Charity Commission

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Tina Allison advises the chair of a charity who is unsure about why staff are asking for a new bank account to be opened.

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Natasha Hart, founder and chief executive, Newham All Star Sports Academy, explains why being named Overall Winner at this year's Charity Awards, made her realise the charity needed to change.

Staff signing bank mandates

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

Alice Maynard

Bringing a charity back from the brink of collapse is a tricky business – but for Alice Maynard, outgoing chair of Scope, the solution is as much about the human touch as it is about bottom-line financials. Emily Corfe speaks to her about how she did it.

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Safeguarding vulnerable beneficiaries

Our guest Chairman advises making sure a charity is complying with on how to handle vulnerable beneficiaries.

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Jayne Adams and Benjamin James explain how the Lobbying Act will impact on charities.

Got it tapes? Employees recording disciplinary hearings

Rachel Lewis highlights the issue covert recordings of meetings being used as evidence in disciplinary hearings.

David Hoare

David Hoare, chair of The Teenage Cancer Trust, describes his big governance issue.

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