Charities are told to shape up on wages and fundraising

Charities have been told to tighten their controls on fundraising methods and executive pay after a series of scandals.

Trustees should hire consultants to review governance every three years, challenge conflicts of interest and examine relationships with contractors such as specialist fundraising agencies.

A nine-year limit on serving on a charity board will also be expected unless the charity can make a case for a trustee staying longer.

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