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The Rise of Ethical Investments

by Wayne Nickels, Partner, Investment Management, Cunningham Coates

The difficulties surrounding ethical investing have been brought to the forefront of public perception in recent years.  

Assembly Election 2016; some new faces, but no real change.

by Brendan Mulgrew, Managing Partner, MW Advocate

The votes have now been counted and the 108 MLAs returned to serve the next Assembly term. In reality it is very much a case of ‘as you where’ with the two major parties returned in considerable number.

Pre-Election Thoughts : Will the Biggest Winner be the Apathy Party?

by Brendan Mulgrew, Managing Partner, MW Advocate

This time next week those among us who are interested in the minutiae of local politics will be watching very closely as the votes of the 5th May election are counted, quotas met or missed, transfers allocated and finally 108 MLAs deemed to be elected to the new Assembly.

How the Company House changes will affect YOU

By Sarah Burrows, Head of Charity Department http://www.cfrlaw.co.uk/

Sarah has reviewed the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015, and would like to share her insight on Companies House changes and actions relating to Persons with Significant Control (PSC’s) which could affect your organisation, if constituted as a company.


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Charity Fundraising – a changing landscape

by Frances McCandless, Chief Executive, Charity Commission for Northern Ireland

As the charity regulator, we often see at first-hand how a poor decision, a lack of forethought, or a failure to be open and transparent, can impact on the public trust and confidence a charity previously enjoyed.