• Accounts,  News

    Charity Accounts filed and Independent Examination undertaken

    Under statutory requirements, the accounts of Scottish charities must be externally scrutinised by someone who is independent of the charity. This person¬†reviews the charity’s accounts and produces a report, attached to the charity’s accounts submitted to the¬†Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator. These reports highlight any issues to the OSCR should any arise. External scrutiny is an important component of the overall regulation of charities in Scotland, a scheme designed to ensure transparency and public accountability by registered charities. Earlier in the year we appointed a professional independent examiner who is based in Scotland to work with the charity to meet the regulatory rules. The appointed examiner has access to…