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Social impact investing could herald a new era of safer road investment by making transparent the links between road safety measures and public health outcomes. A new report by Social Finance and...
Worcestershire County Council and Worcestershire’s three Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) have awarded the country’s first Social Impact Bond to help 3000 older people overcome loneliness in the...
Social Finance announces today that both the Teens & Toddlers and Adviza Social Impact Bonds have performed above expectations and delivered outcomes sufficient to return investor capital earlier...
Social Finance announced today the launch of two new Social Impact Bonds for vulnerable young people and people with severe mental health issues. Social Impact Bonds (SIBs), developed by Social...
Social Finance announced today that it is launching three new Social Impact Bonds through the Fair Chance Fund to tackle youth homelessness in Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham, West Midlands and...
Social Finance has raised £1.7m loan financing for 4Children, the leading national not-for-profit operator of children’s centres and nurseries. £1m has been provided by HSBC bank and a further £700,...
Results for the first group (cohort) of 1000 prisoners on the Peterborough Social Bond (SIB) were announced today, demonstrating an 8.4% reduction in reconviction events relative to the comparable...
Social Finance welcomes the Secretary of State for International Development’s support for creating a market for Development Impact Bonds, including researching and designing a Development Impact...
The solar division of British Gas, Generation Community and Social Finance announce their partnership today to build a pipeline of solar energy projects worth up to £60m to benefit local communities...
As announced today, the Ministry of Justice has proposed an alternative funding arrangement for Peterborough Social Impact Bond (SIB) in light of the expected introduction of a new approach to UK...

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