The IRM’s Charities Special Interest Group (CSIG) has launched its hugely anticipated Charity insight report. The project was kicked off with an advisory panel workshop last year and with quantitative research, with input from 200 senior charity leaders. It is a study into the key risks affecting the sector and it provides some expert advice and guidance as to how these risks can be managed and avoided. It will be no surprise that funding was the top risk in the short and medium term and only beaten by reputational risk in the long-term. The final report was produced with further input from panel members, other organisations and bodies in the sector.
The report can be found using the following link Charity Risk Barometer 2019 – Risk and reward in an uncertain world