Trustees Indemnity

Trustees have ultimate responsibility for directing the affairs of a charity, and ensuring that it is solvent, well-run, and delivering the charitable outcomes for which it has been set up. They are also bound by the trust deeds, as well as statutory charity and in certain cases, company law. The role of ‘trustee’ comes with unlimited personal financial liability. Failure to exercise due care in the performance of their duties could result in the trustee being sued for ‘wrongful acts’. All trustees are jointly and severally liable for the actions of their other trustees. A claim can arise when a trustee(s) commits a ‘wrongful act’ (which can even be an innocent mistake which then results

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