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MEET | THE | EXPERTS: Charities: Navigating uncertainty

In this, 5th MEET | THE | EXPERTS panel discussion chaired by Ed Powles, participants Kate Goldberg, Jill Halford and Jennifer Emms discussed how those running charities can navigate difficult waters, offering a practical, financial and legal insight on key matters such as reserves and going concern, grant-making, safeguarding and trustee liabilities.

To watch a recording of their discussion click on the link.

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