Contents of magazine

James Uffindell – charities shouldn’t ignore the benefits of having a diverse workforce.

Jayne Adams – military charities need reminding of their legal duties and obligations.

Suresh Bhatt – the insurer will make payments to the insured pension scheme members.

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Contents – No. 119 Spring 2018

Page 1 – Charities attracting and retaining a diverse workforce
James Uffindell on achieving and maintaining diversity.

Page 2 – Remedying poor practice and management in military charities
Jayne Adams on governance and management remedies for military charities.

Page 3 – Responding meaningfully to the commitment of volunteers
Andrew Pincott on not taking volunteers for granted.

Page 4 – Charities can’t ignore cyber security
David Rees on addressing the evolving challenges of data protection.

Page 5 – Including charities in a reformed local procurement environment
Chris Wilson on giving charities full access to local procurement processes.

Page 6 – Charities delivering best practice creative campaigns
David Lonie on truly effective marketing.

Page 7 - Ending the pensions nightmare for charities
Suresh Bhatt on insuring defined benefit pension schemes.

Page 8 - The need to review investment managers
Andrew Wauchope on trustees regularly reviewing investment managers.

Page 9 – A nuanced approach to appraising investment performance
Simon Jaffé on the range of measurements for assessing performance.

No. 119 Spring 2018
Publisher and Editor Richard Blausten
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