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salway mark; palmer paul (curatore); grant peter (curatore); clifford jim (curatore) - demystifying social finance and social investment

Demystifying Social Finance and Social Investment

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Lingua: Inglese


Pubblicazione: 10/2020
Edizione: 1° edizione

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Social finance and social investment are not challenging concepts to grasp. They use commercial-style investment tools to create a social as well as a financial return. The application, however, is not always as straightforward. This book begins in the wider field of social finance but focuses primarily on social investment as a tool. The reader is helped to understand this from different angles: introducing social investment, discussing social investment and taking a "deep-dive" into it to bring it to life. This unique book takes the reader on a journey from first principles to detailed practical application. This book examines the policy context and asks why social investment has only recently become so popular, when in reality this is a very old concept. This is linked to the agenda of making charities more "business-like", set against the changing face of investment, as charities can no longer rely on donations and grants as guaranteed income. The work they do is more important than ever and social investment, used with care, offers a new opportunity that is further explored in this text. Mark Salway, Paul Palmer, Peter Grant and Jim Clifford will help readers understand how a small amount of borrowing, or a different business model focused away from grants and donations, could be transformational for the non-profit sector.


Editor’s introduction How to use this book INTRODUCING SOCIAL INVESTMENT The purpose of this section: Introducing social investment Mark Salway The landscape of social purpose organisations Mark Salway What is social investment today? Definitions, sources, and types of investment Mark Salway Why do charities need new funding models? Mark Salway How did we get here? The very fine history of social finance Peter Grant 7a. Case Study: Scope What do social purpose organisations and investors want from social investment? Matching supply and demand Mark Salway 8a. Case Study: Bridges Evergreen Holdings Are we ready for social investment? Re-imagining charity business and operating models and governance principles Mark Salway 9a. Case Study: Southmead Development Trust How do we begin thinking about social investment? The nine components of social investment. A model Mark Salway 10a.Case Study: Big White Wall DISCUSSING SOCIAL INVESTMENT The purpose of this section: Discussing social investment Mark Salway The case for social investment, and how to ‘democratise’ capital Mark Salway and Nigel Kershaw 12a. Case Study: Panahpur It’s all about the culture Jonathan Jenkins 13a. Case Study: Inqo What do family offices and foundations want from social investment? Megan Preston and Gamil De Chadarevian 14a. Case Study: Charities Aid Foundation and St Mungos' Critiquing social finance: are there alternative models? Richard Hazenberg 15a. Case Study: SASC (Social and Sustainable Capital) Impact measurement in social investment Abigail Rotheroe 16a. Case Study: WSUP and Unilever Can social finance become sustainable? Craig Dearden-Philips OBE 17a. Case Study: LendwithCare What about small charities and social investment? Leila Baker and Niamh Goggin 19a.Case Study: Oomph! What does the future of social investment look like? Cliff Prior DOING SOCIAL INVESTMENT The purpose of this section: Doing social investment Jim Clifford OBE Social Investment: a practical outline Jim Clifford OBE Finding the right funding Jim Clifford OBE Structuring the deal Jim Clifford OBE The importance of due diligence Jim Clifford OBE Accounting for social investment Jim Clifford OBE Reporting on impact, and the importance of good data management Jim Clifford OBE Governance aspects of social investments Jim Clifford OBEAPPENDICES Appendix 1: 28 questions for social investment success Appendix 2: The language, terminology and nomenclature of social investment Index


Mark Salway FCA is a Chartered Accountant with over20 years of finance experience in the charity sector. He has been Finance Director at several large charities, and also worked as a management consultant at both commercial and non-profit organisations – such as the UN, Age UK, the Wellcome Trust, and WSUP (Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor) – and with the government. Mark was invited into Cass Business School, Centre for Charity Effectiveness (Cass CCE), to start its fledgling work on social investment and social finance. He led this successfully for five years. This eventually changed into focusing on financial sustainability and nonprofit business models. Mark currently runs the consulting services to charities at Moore Kingston Smith, a major UK accounting and advisory firm. He also runs several MSc modules at Cass Business School, where he is continuing his research work.

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Condizione: Nuovo
Collana: Charity and Non-Profit Studies
Dimensioni: 9.75 x 6.75 in Ø 1.00 lb
Formato: Copertina rigida
Illustration Notes:69 b/w images and 6 tables
Pagine Arabe: 326
Pagine Romane: x

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