Serious incidents- how to recognise and survive them

31 May 2018 Governance

Serious incidents- how to recognise and survive them.
Wednesday 27 June 2018, 10.00 - 13.00, Central London

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This joint event from the Charity Commission and the Association of Chairs will look at how the Chair can guide their board through the process of  dealing with a serious incident. The main categories of reportable incidents are:

  • financial crimes - fraud, theft and money laundering
  • large donations from an unknown or unverifiable source, or suspicious financial activity using the charity’s funds
  • other significant financial loss
  • links to terrorism or extremism, including ‘proscribed’ organisations, individuals subject to an asset freeze, or kidnapping of staff
  • suspicions, allegations or incidents of abuse involving beneficiaries
  • other significant incidents, such as - insolvency, forced withdrawal of banking services or actual/ suspected criminal activity