The Charity Commission has written to charities warning them about the risks of weak governance.
The alert was sent to 600 of the country’s largest charities and published online. It is aimed at those which have an income over £9m and a complex governance and management structure, and which are service-providers with frontline staff that directly serve and interact with beneficiaries, some of whom may be vulnerable.
The Commission has said it will follow up its warnings with a sample of large charities later in the year, to check what measures have been put in place to manage these risks.
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