Monthly Archives: February 2013

Response to the MOJ’s Transforming Rehabilitation Consultation

Social Finance has responded to the Ministry of Justice transforming rehabilitation consultation. You can read our full response here but the following is a brief summary. We welcome MOJ’s commitment to transforming rehabilitation and offender management services to deliver better … Continue reading

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Will there ever be a common social reporting standard?

Before the SIAA conference in Berlin back in November 2012 I would have shrugged, shaken my head and answered that I just couldn’t see it happening. How can impact be judged? And why would you want to do so? My initial scepticism … Continue reading

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Social Finance is looking for interns!

We have had great success with our internship programmes over the past few years, with four of our current staff (myself included) recruited this way. I was really grateful for the opportunity it gave me to dip my toes into … Continue reading

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Future for Children Bond, Future for Social Investment?

The launch of the Allia “Future for Children” Bond is a big step in the Social Impact Bond (SIB) market, marking, the first opportunity for retail investors to invest in a Social Impact Bond. Whether £15,000 qualifies as a “retail” … Continue reading

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