By Hayes Knight – 17 June 2013

Many Charitable Trusts seek to build investments so they can be more financially self-sustaining. While building such investments takes a lot of time, effort and focus, it’s also very important that the hard work is not subsequently diminished due to poor investment governance. We asked some professional financial advisers that have worked with some of our clients for their views on best practice in the area of investment governance for charitable trusts. The attached article contains their helpful advice.

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