Foundations defend private board meetings

Monitor strategy director Adrian Masters said it was sometimes right to meet in private. He told a separate seminar at the conference: "I think if you hold board meetings in public, what you risk is that the really important conversations do not happen at

Foundation trust directors have defended their decisions to meet in private, despite growing pressure on them to be more open.

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