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Although CIOs enjoy a simplified regulatory regime, the process by which existing charities can convert to becoming CIOs can be quite complex.
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This guide is intended to provide individuals and organisations that are looking to either set up a new charity as a CIO, or wishing to convert an existing charity to a CIO, with a basic understanding of what is involved. Inevitably this guide cannot go into all of the different options and permutations that may be involved, and at the time of writing this guide the Charity Commission has yet to finalise the regulations that will apply to CIOs.
We therefore recommend that you obtain specialist legal and accounting advice before setting up your new charity or converting your existing charity to a CIO structure. He has considerable experience of advising commercial organisations but has particular expertise in the Charities and Not For Profit sector. Meet the Author. Reza Motazedi Partner rmotazedi deloitte. Contact us Submit RFP. Read Charity types: how to choose a structure CC22a for more information on the advantages and disadvantages of the different types of charity structure.
Use the following checklist and video to help you plan a change to a different charity structure:. PDF , KB , 2 pages. Changing your charity structure.
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First, choose the CIO model constitution which best matches your original charity. Use the association model if your original unincorporated charity:. Ideally you should settle any debts first. When deciding whether you need Commission approval before transferring the assets, a key issue to consider is whether any of the trustees of the original charity are the same as the trustees of the new CIO. If some or all of the trustees are the same, is it possible to manage the conflict of interest or loyalty that will arise in the decision to transfer?
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For example, are there enough un-conflicted trustees on both sides of the proposed transfer to allow each to make a quorate decision of un-conflicted trustees? Alternatively, is there a power in the governing document of the original charity that directly and explicitly allows a transfer even if some or all of the trustees may have a conflict of interest or loyalty?
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In many cases the trustees of the transferring charity will also seek an indemnity from the trustees of the CIO. Once the asset transfer has been completed, close your original charity in line with any rules set out in its governing document and notify the Commission that it has closed. Permanent endowment is money or property that was originally meant to be held by a charity forever.
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A CIO permanent endowment transfer is different from an unincorporated one,. This is because a CIO can hold restricted assets and permanent endowment as part of the CIO, without the need for a new restricted and linked fund. If you have permanent endowment which you want to transfer , you need to:. MS Word Document , If you use assistive technology such as a screen reader and need a version of this document in a more accessible format, please email usability charitycommission. Please tell us what format you need. It will help us if you say what assistive technology you use.
The process will become available to larger charities in stages according to the timetable in our CIO legislative changes guidance. Using this process means that the charity continues to exist but in a different form. You must apply for conversion using the online application form and need to include the following information with your application:. If these checks are satisfactory we will ask Companies House to remove the company from the register of companies. We will complete the registration of the CIO when the company has been removed from the register of companies.
You can find information on how to do this in their Practice Note. If in exceptional circumstances you need to withdraw your application you can do so up to the point that we ask Companies House to remove the company from the register of companies.
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Once we have notified Companies House they have a legal duty to remove the company from their register. If our decision is to refuse your application we will explain the reasons why and the process for asking us to review our decision. You can also appeal to the First tier Tribunal. First, set up and register a new company with Companies House.
You then need to register your new company as a charity with the Commission. When deciding whether you need Commission approval before transferring the assets, a key issue to consider is whether any of the new trustees of the original charity are the same as the trustees of the new company.
For example are there enough un-conflicted trustees on both sides of the proposed transfer to allow each to make a quorate decision of un-conflicted trustees? Alternatively is there a power in the governing document of the transferring charity that directly and explicitly permits a transfer even if some or all of the trustees may have a conflict of interest of loyalty?
If the original charity holds permanent endowment, it cannot transfer this to the corporate funds of the Company, but the Company may be able to be appointed as trustee of permanent endowment. You will need to contact the Commission. In many cases the trustees of the transferring charity will also seek an indemnity from the trustees of the company. Registering a charity merger may ensure that your new charitable company continues to receive legacies left to the original unincorporated charity.