Village Halls Trustee Responsibilities/Governance 14/01/2014. Ed Baker TDP Training. Business and Social Enterprise Advisor. Agenda. Responsibilities. Structures. Options. Benefits. Issues. Practical Implication. What are Trustee Responsibilities?.
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Your governance is as important as companies with a turnover of £9Billion
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Contractual, Staff, Property, Contracts
When the risk increases,
incorporation is a safeguard
a Charitable Incorporated Organisation
banks, funders, staff, HMRC, list of service providers, statutory bodies, auditors, registrar / licensing authorities and suppliers etc., of the transfer, ensuring that any existing contracts are assigned to the CIO.
ConclusionAll trustees need to understand their responsibilitiesHave an induction process for new trusteesReview your risks carefully with staff / trustees, take appropriate action Ensure that your insurance is sufficient and includes – legal coverConsider your current governance, is it “fit for purpose”Understand the risks of being unincorporatedIf incorporation is considered, plan the change and use the process as an opportunity to update and become “fit for purpose” CIO is the simplest option unless there are debentures, using the model constitutionsBe involved with the decisions and their risksEd Baker firstname.lastname@example.org