Trustee Training: Updated Charity Investment Guidance
In September, we held three sessions to help trustees understand changes to the guidance.
After several years of consultation, a court case and various delays, the Charity Commission for England and Wales published updated investment guidance in August: Investing charity money: a guide for trustees.
We have actively represented our clients over this time, hosting round tables with the Charity Commission, contributing to the consultation and reviewing the draft guidance ahead of publication.
Throughout September, we hosted a mini-series of three sessions considering the legal and practical implications of the new guidance and recommendations for Trustees. In this initial replay (on Tuesday 5 September) from our first session, Tom Montagu-Pollock, Co-Head of Charities, is joined by Kate Rogers, our Head of Sustainability and Luke Fletcher who is a Partner at Bates Wells LLP.
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