The Numbers: The Royal College of Psychiatrists

The figures behind the charity that sets standards in mental healthcare and provides support to psychiatrists and patients

The Royal College of Psychiatrists
The Royal College of Psychiatrists

£17.03m - The charity's income for the year ending December 2011, compared with £17.45m the previous year

£4.87m - The charity's income from membership. Its other major source of income was £6.55m from education and training, including £2.42m from examinations

£4.01m - The value of the charity's investment assets, up from £2.12m in the previous year. The charity's investment income was £143,000

£2.21m - Free reserves at year-end, equal to roughly two months of expenditure. This was in line with the charity's target

£130k - No employee was paid more than this

15,860 - Membership of the college in December 2011, up from 15,445 the previous year.

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