What's in March 2019's issue of Charity Finance?

04 Mar 2019 In-depth

Breaking free: Should annual reports be less about numbers and more about impact?

This month's cover theme is charities' annual reports and accounts, with an in-depth look at whether it is time for reports to focus more on public benefit, and advice on embedding openness and purpose. 

There is also an interview with Sandra Kelly from the Canal & River Trust and analysis articles on trading subsidiaries, developing a culture of risk, using Excel for financial modelling and the legal considerations when borrowing from a bank. 

In addition, March sees the publication of the Charity Insurance Survey, where we ask whether recent safeguarding scandals have spurred a renewed focus on risk.



Cover theme: Annual reports and accounts 


Survey: Insurance



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