Prince Charles’ charity is after new audit manager for better use of funds

Prince Charles' charity that was accused of offering ‘cash for access’ is reportedly

after a new audit manager to ensure better proper use of funds.

Daily Mail on Sunday reported that the Prince of Wales; foundation, based at

Dumfries House in Ayrshire, has advertised for a new ‘compliance and internal audit manager’.

The charity is reportedly looking forward to meeting all legal standards and

developing policies on subjects including ‘anti-money laundering; conflicts; anti-bribery and corruption’.

The update on the foundation’s website states that the newly-created role in the

organization aims to ‘improve our operations by bringing a systematic and

disciplined approach to our risk management, control and compliance processes’.