• September 29, 2022
  • By Paul Ridout, Partner


Welcome to this the first of a series of podcasts from the charities team at Hunters Law.

We’re kicking off the series with a review of the Charities Act 2022, which has been brought into force over the next year or so, and which has been developed with an eye to making life easier for charity trustees.

My name is Paul Ridout, and I’m a partner in the charities department at Hunters, and my working life over the last 22 years has been devoted to advising charities on a range of legal, regulatory, and governance matters.

By the end of this podcast, I hope you’ll have been reminded of some of the rules that apply to charities and learnt a bit about how the new Act is going to make those rules easier to work with.


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