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Governance magazine July 2012
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What's in July's Governance magazine?

Governance | 18 Jun 2012

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July's issue of Governance includes your FREE 24 page supplement of the 2012 Trustee Leadership Survey, our biennial look at the make-up of trustee boards at the largest 100 charities. Saving you £35.

Our 2012 Trustee Leadership Survey looks at those leading the boards of the largest 100 charities. Who are they? Where have they come from? Who gets paid and how much? And how diverse are the boards they lead?


Also in July:

  • The role of a charity chief executive is rarely an easy one, but a supportive board can make a huge difference to the way they are able to handle the pressure. We ask some CEs how trustees can make the burden lighter.
  • Javed Khan, chief executive of Victim Support, describes the challenges of introducing a new governance structure.
  • Charities can be seen as soft targets for money launderers - our anti-money laundering policy template might just help.
  • Stewart Crocker, former chief executive of Waste Watch, on achieving the successful merger with Keep Britain Tidy in 2011.
  • Should trustees be expected to donate or actively raise funds each year for their charity?
  • Red alert - PKF lead us through the warning signs that could give trustees advance notice of their organisation heading for financial trouble.  

Governance is only available on subscription. A single subscription gives you five copies of each edition to make sharing amongst your board easier. Plus we have discounted prices for small charities. CLICK HERE.

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