This month's Charity Finance looks at finance directors and how they are increasingly adopting to the role of strategic leader, and gives tips on how they can demonstrate and foster great leadership. It also looks at some of the risks facing small and large charities, and includes the Fund Management Survey 2016.
- Gareth Jones: The Commission's desire for charitable spending metrics is misguided
- Technical briefing: Safeguarding under scrutiny
- Technical briefing: Latest cases concerning VAT eligibility
- Technical briefing: Royal charter decision challenged for first time
Cover themes: Financial leadership
- More than a bean counter: Finance directors are increasingly adopting the role of strategic leader, finds Emily Corfe
- Exemplary leadership: James Kouzes and Barry Posner give tips on demonstrating and fostering great leadership
- Fund Management Survey 2016 - Tales of the unexpected: The unpredictability of recent events has created a climate of uncertainty for investors and a demanding environment for fund managers, finds Diane Sim.
- Do you trust your bank? Relationships play an important role in most aspects of life, and the one with your bank is no exception, says Nigel Tyrrell.
- A risky business: Charity Finance recently convened a panel to discuss some of the more topicals risk facing small and large charities. Ian Allsop reports on their experience.
- The service credit paradox: Service credits don't alwats lead to better service, so it's a bad idea to ask for them, Martyn Jansen argues.
- A winning mentality: Mark Salway suggests how finance directors can take inspiration from this summer's Olympics.
- Confessions of a sector-hopper: Simon Hopkins says the private, public and charity sectors have more in common than we think.
- haysmacintyre / Charity Finance Charity 100 Index: Diane Sim reports on a positive quarter for the Charity 100 Index, and takes a closer look at charities active in heritage, culture and the arts
- Charity investment analysis: Future outlook remains uncertain
- Column accounts: Duplicity is too small a word for Boris
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