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March
3
Friday
Be Strong with a new start in life

Find out how Kingdom Bank has helped Darren to help others...

February
10
Friday
A diverse and expanding customer profile
Figures compiled by Kingdom Bank have confirmed the continued development of its business over the last 12 years since its commercial launch.
October
25
Tuesday
Newsletter Issue 23 | Autumn 2016
Issue 23 of the Kingdom Bank Newsletter - Autumn 2016 - is now available to view online.
August
30
Tuesday
Hope Church Nottingham: Opening of the Hope Centre
On Saturday 9th July 2016, after a journey of more than 4 years, Hope Church Nottingham officially opened their new building in Clifton, Nottingham
August
24
Wednesday
Charity Day at Open Hands Leicester
At Kingdom Bank, all employees have the opportunity to take a Charity Day each year. This year, I had the privilege of spending a day with Open Hands; a charity which is local to where I live in Leicester.
August
23
Tuesday
Do you need Trustee Indemnity Insurance?
Charitable Incorporated Organisations (CIO) are sometimes unsure about whether they need Trustee Indemnity Insurance so we hope this document helps trustees make an informed decision.
 
It has been suggested that incorporation (either of the Charity or the Trustees themselves) will limit trustee’s personal liability. This is NOT necessarily the case and indeed incorporation imposes some additional duties and liabilities.
 
All charity trustees are, in principle, vulnerable to claims instigated by the Charity Commission or the Attorney General (or your fellow trustees) in the case of a breach of trust or duty. These claims are not affected by the legal form of the charity.
 
The legal obligations of trustees are generally as onerous as those of a director of a company. The Charities Act of 1992 & 1993 have highlighted these responsibilities and emphasised the personal liability of trustees and their need to take an active role in the management and control of the Charity. They can be held personally liable – jointly and severally for any loss falling upon the Charity (and therefore upon those who are entitled to benefit from it) as a result of their own errors or omissions or those of their fellow trustees, employees or agents.
 
There is no legal requirement to purchase Trustee Indemnity. Depending on the charity’s constitution, it may be able to limit the liability of trustees – this is helpful for individuals in protecting their personal assets. In fact, the charity may also commit to indemnifying trustees using the charity’s funds, reserves and assets. Either way, trustees need to consider whether it is sensible to risk or deplete charity resources in this way. If the Trustee Indemnity policy is properly arranged it will protect both the organisation and the individuals.  
 
Regardless of the legal status of the Charity, the principal benefit of the Insurance cover as with most liability policies is the fact that the cover includes Legal Defence costs. Just because someone accuses you of wrongdoing doesn’t necessarily make it a fact and some investigation will be needed to establish the facts of the case. The costs incurred can be substantial even if you can prove that there was no case to answer.
 
Insurers have extensive experience, and can call upon expert advice to protect and assist trustees when claims or investigations arise. They are therefore a useful support mechanism and insurers will often take over the running of the claim leaving staff and trustees free to get on with their work (and of course, their day-to-day jobs).
 
Trustee Indemnity meets costs involved not just in cases of wrongful acts, but also of ‘investigations’ – e.g. by the Charity Commission and the HMRC.
 
It is also possible to take extensions to protect spouses and retired or former trustees.
 
Cover is relatively inexpensive, so the decision is about taking sensible steps to ensure that the trustees have in place a mechanism for dealing with the unexpected or unaffordable.
 
Cover is available on its own or in combination with your other insurance requirements.
 
Kingdom Bank Limited specialises in the church and charity sectors and will be happy to discuss your insurance requirements and provide quotations from our panel of insurers. Click here to submit an Online Enquiry or call us on 0115 9217250.

August
19
Friday
Banking for the Kingdom
Banks don’t always have a good reputation. They have been seen as greedy organisations that are sometimes accused of mis-selling products.
June
13
Monday
Celebration Service
On 18th May we held a Celebration Service, to reflect on what God has been doing through Kingdom Bank over the past year.
June
13
Monday
God’s Vineyard Church, Loughborough
Saturday 7th  May was a very special day in Leicestershire, not only for the Premiership Trophy presentation to the record breaking Leicester City Football Club but also for one of Kingdom Bank’s longstanding customers.
February
2
Tuesday
Social Return Mortgages now available
If you have a heart for the vulnerable in your community, and would like to provide accommodation for them, talk to Kingdom Bank first.
We offer mortgages to both individuals and organisations who want to buy a property
Be Strong with a new start in life

Find out how Kingdom Bank has helped Darren to help others...

read more
A diverse and expanding customer profile
Figures compiled by Kingdom Bank have confirmed the continued development of its business over the last 12 years since its commercial launch.… read more
Newsletter Issue 23 | Autumn 2016
Issue 23 of the Kingdom Bank Newsletter - Autumn 2016 - is now available to view online.… read more
Hope Church Nottingham: Opening of the Hope Centre
On Saturday 9th July 2016, after a journey of more than 4 years, Hope Church Nottingham officially opened their new building in Clifton, Nottingham… read more
Charity Day at Open Hands Leicester
At Kingdom Bank, all employees have the opportunity to take a Charity Day each year. This year, I had the privilege of spending a day with Open Hands; a charity which is local to where I live in Leicester.… read more
Do you need Trustee Indemnity Insurance?
Charitable Incorporated Organisations (CIO) are sometimes unsure about whether they need Trustee Indemnity Insurance so we hope this document helps trustees make an informed decision… read more
Banking for the Kingdom
Banks don’t always have a good reputation. They have been seen as greedy organisations that are sometimes accused of mis-selling products.… read more
Celebration Service
On 18th May we held a Celebration Service, to reflect on what God has been doing through Kingdom Bank over the past year.… read more
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