Regulatory compliance for charities is not confined to the requirements of OSCR. Charities are faced with regulation from a host of bodies including HM Revenue & Customs, Companies House, the Information Commissioner and other government agencies.

Accounting regulations alone can often be especially onerous for lay trustees and major funders frequently apply their own additional levels of regulation. It is not surprising that charities of all sizes can feel overwhelmed by the burden and extent of regulatory compliance.

Turcan Connell's strong working relationships with all of the key regulators of the charity sector mean that we understand what is expected of the sector in ensuring compliance with the rules and regulations imposed upon it.

We are frequently involved in consultations on the development of the law and regulations, and we continue to be involved in giving evidence and advice to the Scottish Parliament on how future regulations should be given effect. This gives us a breadth of experience which is unlikely to be matched in Scotland.