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What charities and trustees can learn from Kids Company

Kids Company has, intermittently, been under press scrutiny for a number of years. Now is the time to shine a spotlight on the important High Court judgment relating to this charity.

Partner elect Jennifer Emms led the legal team for one of the individuals exonerated and believes that all those involved in charities, thinking of becoming a trustee or setting up a new charity should take heed of the judge’s words of wisdom.

To read more, head to Spear's Wealth Management Magazine.

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