Sponsored ContentCuts and competition: Is the future local? The Carillion collapse has drawn attention to failings in the procurement system, which suggests a need to rethink public services from the bottom-up, giving individuals and communities a say in the way services are designed and delivered… Is your manager measuring up? The Conundrum - Once upon a time, investors appointed fund managers to make them money. Life was simple: clients expected a return better than they could achieve from leaving cash on deposit. How will investment returns be generated in the future? Is Volatility here to stay? Sarasin & Partners look at what trustees should consider when estimating trend returns for charity portfolios.
See all articles
Charity Financials InsiderSafeguarding: how you can ensure it is core business
Charities must ensure that safeguarding forms a central part of their strategy to ensure vulnerable people are protected throughout their operations...Social investment: The risks and considerations
Many organisations will be considering if social investment is the right route for them. It can be a big step and isn’t right for everyone. So, what are the key considerations for potential investees and what are the risks?How to create a sustainable financial strategy
To develop a sustainable financial strategy, charities must avoid costly short-term thinking and fully understand how their business model impacts their financial decision making…See all articles