24th September 2018
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Dubious management (Billy Fox)

So, the Shetland Charitable Trust is looking for a director of finance and administration to replace their outgoing financial controller.

It was reported in the local media that this departure followed a request and acceptance for voluntary redundancy. This begs the question: when is a director of finance and administration different from a financial controller? Could it be when a voluntary redundancy package is required to obtain a compromise agreement?

In my opinion the dubious management of the Shetland folk’s trust money appears to continue, despite the new governance.

Billy Fox
(A beneficiary of the Shetland Charitable Trust)
Brennek,
Quarff

About Adam Civico

The Shetland Times editor since October 2012. Born and bred in South Yorkshire, before moving to Shetland I was assistant editor at the Barnsley Chronicle, where my journalism career began. When not editing The Shetland Times I can be found walking or (occasionally) running, enjoying good food, or trying to find the latest Sheffield Wednesday result. Contact me with your news and views about Shetland – a.civico@shetlandtimes.co.uk, on Twitter @adamcivico or telephone 01595 746715.

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One comment

  1. John Tulloch

    I think a quote from Oliver Hardy is called for:

    “I have nothing to say!”

    Reply

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