Friday, 2 June 2017

A well run charity does not need to build up large reserves – it needs to manage its strategic risks well.

Whenever a charity fails, there are comments that the reserves were inadequate. Measures often relate the level of reserves to the income of the charity. But this is based on the false premise that reserve levels should be based on a formula, whereas the reserves policy should be based on the risks facing the charity.

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