Monthly Archives: May 2013

Towards a new Social Corporate Finance theory?

As exits are more or less non-existent in the social investment world, debt and equity merge. Do we need a new Corporate Finance theory for our sector?  In the social investment market, what is the difference between the return expectations of debt … Continue reading

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A STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION BUT NOT ENOUGH

Slowly we are getting to know more about the plans for probation and prisoner rehabilitation reform. We can see that some effort is being made to make the model work better following the consultation but is it enough to allow … Continue reading

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Treasuring the Immeasurable

Yesterday I came across an article that really struck a chord. I’ve been at Social Finance just over two years and am proud of the work we do, and have nothing but respect for my colleagues’ dedication. We’ve been doing some fascinating work with … Continue reading

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