February's Charity Finance magazine focuses on how the sector is improving its governance. John Williams looks at recent developments and argues there are reasons to be positive, Denise Fellows also looks at why treasurers are the unsung heroes of the trustee board, and Judith Miller looks at the role of committees in financial and risk management.
The issue also includes a special feature on reporting. PwC argues that charities should look beyond their beneficiaries when reporting, and the chief executive of Street League writes about the charity's radical approach to impact transparency.
This month's magazine also includes analysis on the importance of investment consultants for charities, improving mental health and wellbeing in charity workplaces, and new guidance for auditors and what trustees should know.
Cover theme: Governance
Special feature: Reporting
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