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From the “the engaged, entrepreneurial philanthropist” via “mission-focused” to “the Informed Trustee”

United Kingdom - November 14 2017 Actions not words, of course. But there are some words and phrases we have mentioned or encountered recently that we think are worth consideration by...


Nudge-onomics: a Noble way to give? Contactless and donation behaviour

United Kingdom - October 23 2017 Behavioural economist Richard Thaler won the 2017 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences (aka the Nobel Prize in Economics). This was for work...


Trusts: ‘pre-print’ at haste repent at leisure?

United Kingdom - September 6 2017 The recent decision in the case of X and Y demonstrates starkly that care must be taken with ‘pre-printed’ trust deeds....


Terry Pratchett and protecting artistic legacy

United Kingdom - August 30 2017 The steamroller destruction of the hard drive containing incomplete works by the late Sir Terry Pratchett has made the news today. Using a...


Funeral Regulation: Scottish Government publishes “Funeral Costs Plan”

United Kingdom - August 25 2017 We have been following developments in Scottish funeral regulation. The developments are either part of or connected to the Burial and Cremation...