Charity Commission Launches Audit Podcasts
The charity commission have launched new audio podcasts, the first aimed at helping trustees develop their understanding of their obligations under charity law. This includes how trustees can protect themselves from fraud.
The first 10 minute podcast is presented by Michelle Russell (Head of investigations and enforcement) and Jamie Johnson (Head of action fraud). They explain the actions a trustee should take if they fall victim to fraud.
Michelle says the new podcasts will complement the existing guidance currently available via the website, newsletters, Twitter, RSS feeds and work with the media. It is part of the Commissions programme of proactive engagement with trustees.
The podcasts are available now to download or listen to on the Commissions website.
Date: 15th October, 2012
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