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There has been growing awareness in recent years of the importance of good governance in the operation of corporate charities and other types of charitable organisation. Increasing numbers of larger charities are adopting governance structures and procedures which share the same features as public companies in terms of, for example, boards and committees.
Charities are interested in implementing good practice to satisfy the regulatory demands of the Charities Commission and the watchful eyes of auditors who are under a duty to whistle blow if they suspect irregularities in administration or breach of trust.
Written by a leading charity law firm this book will provide a practical account of the law and regulation applying to charities and how best to comply through good governance.