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Charity Commission agrees terms for independent review of Professional Footballers’ Association Charity’s management and governance

The review will examine the charity's governance, management and finances

The Charity Commission has agreed the terms of an independent review of the governance, management and finances of the Professional Footballers’ Association Charity.

A statutory inquiry, launched by the Charity Commission in December 2019 into the charity’s management and governance, remains underway.

The trustees proposed appointing an independent reviewer, and the Commission has worked with them to expand the scope of the issues to be considered. The reviewer will work closely with the Commission’s statutory inquiry and will inform the regulator of any information that may be relevant to the ongoing inquiry.

The independent review will be carried out by a specialist charity lawyer and will make recommendations to the trustees on relevant matters, including future arrangements for the charity.

The Commission will publish a report setting out its own findings on conclusion of the inquiry. Reports of previous inquiries are available on GOV.UK.

The scope of the Commission’s inquiry into the PFA charity can be viewed on the Commission’s website.

Channel website: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/charity-commission

Original article link: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/charity-commission-agrees-terms-for-independent-review-of-professional-footballers-association-charitys-management-and-governance

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