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Conflict of interests in charities

15 November 2013

Cecile Gillard explains why the underlying legal principles regarding conflicts matter to charities of all types and sizes and how to deal with these issues effectively.

What is a ‘conflict of interest’?

A conflict of interest is more a concept than a specific legal definition. It is a situation in which a charity trustee has, or may have, an interest which conflicts with his or her duty as a trustee of the charity.

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