Acevo questions Commission role after Kids Company collapse
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24 Aug 2015 | Governance | Hugh Radojev

Sir Stephen Bubb, the chief executive of Acevo, has criticised the Charity Commission’s handling of the Kids Company collapse, saying it should have intervened earlier to help the charity build reserves.

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