Contents of magazine

Katherine Pymont – fraud can be extremely damaging from a reputation management perspective.

Nick Murphy – the financial crisis exposed an over-reliance on historical statistical relationships in investment.

Annabelle Risdon – online fundraising platforms are integral with a set of digital tools to get extra donations from the internet.

Antoine Martel – for many charities the misconception that good marketing is inherently expensive will be a big factor in poor email practices.

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Contents – No. 126 Early Summer 2019

Page 1 – Preventing, detecting and responding to fraud
Katherine Pymont on addressing the problem of fraud.

Page 2 – Breaking down the detail of charity investment charges
Andrew Wauchope on transparency about investment managers’ charges.

Page 3 – Charity investors being better prepared for the future
Nick Murphy on how scenario analysis can help inform financial planning.

Page 4 – Being a business mentor to charity leaders
Peter Moss on the advantages to businessmen of mentoring charity executives.

Page 5 – Choosing the right funding platform for your charity
Annabelle Risdon on selecting a fundraising platform for maximum impact.

Page 6 - Utilising the Charity Digital Code for digital improvement
Susan Robinson and Alun Edwards on assessing current digital policies and procedures.

Page 7 – Getting email campaigns to fulfil their potential
Antoine Martel on using technology and best practice for maximising email.

Page 8 – How cloud computing can offer charities benefits
James McDonagh on driving innovation and aiding staff recruitment.

Page 9 – Escaping from the Local Government Pension Scheme
Neil Bahn on a more flexible approach to pension funding liabilities.

No. 126 Early Summer 2019
Publisher and Editor Richard Blausten
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