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The Good Merger Guide for Charities

The Good Merger Guide is a step-by-step charity merger guide, illustrating how charities, social enterprises and other not-for-profit organisations can explore and implement mergers.

This charity merger guide has two aims; to highlight the main questions to consider before embarking on a charity merger and to then provide step-by-step advice on the three stages of managing a merger if you are a charity or not-for-profit organisation  (exploration, planning and due diligence, implementation). It is particularly targeted at small and medium-sized organisations already considering merger as a possible option and wanting to know more about what is involved. Although the guide discusses legal issues, it does not offer legal advice and readers should seek professional advice on any legal issues as necessary. It was co-published with Prospectus.

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