The Charity Commission has published updated investment guidance for charities. You can read more about this on their website.
In line with guidance and in conjunction with the Charity Finance Group, Kate Rogers, as Chair of the Charity Investors' Group has prepared a useful document: 'writing your charity's investment policy - a guide'which contains some useful examples of written investment policies that may be useful in preparing your own charity's investment policy statement.
Schroders is also running a series of training events around this theme. Please contact us to register or if you would like more information.
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