Nick Blampied , who became president of the Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (JSPCA) earlier this week, also said that the work of former president Jonathan Morley-Kirk and Animals Shelter manager Pru Bannier saved the charity £120,000.
He said Mr Morley-Kirk and Ms Bannier’s work meant the society did not have to pay for a full-time director when it was experiencing financial difficulties.
But the JSPCA will soon be recruiting either a new director or operations manager as a result of the review.
Mr Blampied said the JSPCA accepted the findings of the report compiled by former financial regulator Roger Bignell.
Among its conclusions were that computer systems be introduced for payroll and accounting, with procedures to be fully documented.