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Adrian Wild - how much cash to hold is not as simple as it first appears.

Vinay Nair - some trustees don't have the right mindset to utilise social media.

Hamish Kent - insuring against cyber attacks is a definite priority for charities.

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Contents – No. 116 Autumn 2017

Page 1 - Judging how much cash a charity should hold
Adrian Wild on not getting wrong how much to keep in cash.

Page 2 - How trustees should be achieving investment oversight
Andrew Impey on trustees meeting their investment responsibilities.

Page 3 - The reality of the impact of investment skill
Mark Northway on fund manager skill and passive strategies.

Page 4 - Putting the slow pace of social investment into perspective
Benjamin Rick on slower than expected social investment growth.

Page 5 - Why more charities should be embracing social media
Vinay Nair on trustees taking their charities on the social media path.

Page 6 - Charities quantifying and responding to cyber risks
Hamish Kent on what charities should be asking about cyber insurance.

Page 7 - Employers' liability and employment law protection insurance
Robert Bates on two kinds of insurance for charities as employers.

No. 116 Autumn 2017
Publisher and Editor Richard Blausten
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