Charity Chief Executive Pay inquiry

The evidence session formed part of the Committee’s ongoing work considering the regulation of charities.

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  • 17 Dec 2013 - Charity Chief Executive Pay - oral evidence | PDF version (PDF324 KB) HC 831 | Published 06 Jan 2014

    Evidence given by Caron Bradshaw, Chief Executive Officer, Charity Finance Group, Martyn Lewis, Chair, National Council for Voluntary Organisations, and Magnus MacFarlane-Barrow, Chief Executive Officer, Mary's Meals; Sir Stephen Bubb, Chief Executive Officer, Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations, Carolyn Gray, Trustee, Christian Aid, Charles Wake, Chair, St Andrew's Healthcare, and Mark Wood, Chair, NSPCC (at 10.30 am).

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