Susan Robinson BA FCA FCIE DChA
- Accounts and Audit Partner, and Head of Charities and Not for Profit
- +44 (0)330 124 1399
- Email Susan[email protected]
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Unfortunately, the last 18 months has seen an increase in fraud despite the pandemic and lockdown and the charity sector is not immune! Changing work environments and stress can make charities more vulnerable. The Charity Commission has issued eight guiding principles for tackling charity fraud. The key points are that fraud will always happen, prevention is a far better cure and reporting of fraud to the relevant bodies is crucial. The Charity Commission has also issued guidance:‘’ Protect your charity from fraud and cyber-crime”.
Fraud is now part of our everyday life, however we all need to put in place as many obstacles as we can to stop our charities becoming the victims.
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