Governance, Trustees

FREE BOOK: Financial Governance: a gentle guide for the non-financial charity trustee

When there are finance specialists on the board, a finance committee and a treasurer, why do all trustees have to engage in financial matters?

The short answer is that trustees are required to do so.

Find out how to do it on this free guide written by Dorothy Dalton, published by Rathbones and ACEVO.

Download now for free the Financial Governance Guide.

Dorothy Dalton is a leading expert on governance who has written several books on the subject. She was editor of Governance: essential information for effective trustees from July 2005 to January 2016.

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