We are in a new world where transparency, innovation and inclusivity are ever-more important. As we enter 2019, we take a look at what this could mean for charity leaders as they face an uncertain New Year
Anyone with even a basic knowledge of personal banking knows that a current account is just about the worst place to earn return on hard-earned cash. Current accounts aren’t designed to reward, but are necessary mechanisms that provide access to funds, certainty and control.
Donors expect charities to spend wisely and demonstrate impact. The changing face of the UK’s wealthiest donors is also leading to a change in donor expectations when it comes to businesses practices and innovation.