A quick guide to disclosure for charitable companies

Charitable companies are required by a combination of company law and charity law to disclose certain information about their organisations. Failure to comply can give rise to potential criminal liability for the trustees and may also have civil law consequences. BWB’s Alice Faure Walker and Rachel Norman outline the requirements.

Charities, Social Enterprise

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