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C16 Conflicts of Interest

Guideline Leaflet C16: Conflicts of Interest

Charity trustees have a legal duty to act only in the best interests of their charity.  Sometimes their personal and professional connections give rise to conflicts of interest which the trustee group need to manage.  This leaflets offers guidance on this issue.

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Created: 21/12/2017
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