Rahman Ravelli’s Nicola Sharp wrote an article based on the Charity Commission’s findings regarding the scale of fraud in charities. It was published by Global Banking and Finance Review.
The article emphasises the need for charities to retain public trust in the wake of scandals and examines how they can reduce the fraud risks they face.
Nicola explains the value of financial controls and the importance of making it possible for suspicions to be reported. The article also outlines how internal investigations can be carried out to pinpoint problems.
Read the full article here.