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Mar 11 2019
IT and data

Is “cheap” software really worth it?

By Caroline Neighbour, Business Development & Marketing Administrator, Gallery Partnership

 

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Feb 26 2019
Governance regulation and compliance Leadership

Seeing the wood for the trees

A subject that it frequently on charities’ minds and in the public domain is transparency. Caron Bradshaw discusses how we should start re-evaluating measuring transparency in the sector and helping stakeholders make informed choices on which causes to support.

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Feb 7 2019
Charity finance policy Financial sustainability

Charity Property Matters Survey 2018

CFG members Ethical Property Foundation, in partnership with the Charity Commission and Charity Finance Group, have published the findings from their fourth Charity Property Matters Survey. Here Antonia Swinson, Chief Executive of Ethical Property Foundation shares a sense of the role property plays in the sector, and some key findings of the survey.

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Jan 23 2019
Charity finance policy

Are you prepared for a WTO Brexit?

By Caron Bradshaw, CEO, Charity Finance Group

With the prospect of a no deal Brexit lurking on the horizon, Caron Bradshaw talks about the implications of WTO and urges charities to take action to protect their beneficiaries.

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Jan 15 2019
Accounting and reporting Charity finance policy Governance regulation and compliance

What the recent SCOTUS judge controversy can teach us about the Charities’ SORP

It's hard to get excited about the current review of the charities' SORP says Caron Bradshaw, but it's imperative we engage with the consultation. Like the recent controversial appointment of the US Supreme Court Judge Brett Kavanaugh, the implications for the future are significant.

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