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News In Brief 25 July 2016

RBS RBS, the UK bank, published The Forest for the Trees, which challenges the view that mainstream lenders are reluctant to lend to social sector organisations. It estimates that UK banks have loaned more than £3 billion to social organisations, and argues that there is no evidence that banks discriminate against the social sector. According … Read more

One Nation Or Many?

I’m a big fan of Andy Haldane, Chief Economist of the Bank of England (BoE), although I’m reliably informed that he and Mark Carney, the BoE’s Governor, can’t stand each other. Haldane – surely destined for the top job, if talent were the only criterion – is one of the few central bankers who writes … Read more

News In Brief 18 July 2016

GREEN INVESTMENT BANK The UK’s Green Investment Bank (GIB), owned by the Government, reported a pre-tax profit of £9.9 million in its annual report and accounts for 2015-2016, against a target range of £15.8-£25.8 million. The Government intends to privatise GIB over the course of the next 12 months. During the period covered by these … Read more

Adviza granted membership of the Social Stock Exchange

London, July 15th, 2016 – the Social Stock Exchange – the UK’s market for impact – has today announced that Adviza has been approved as a member following the ratification of its impact report by the independent Admissions Panel. Adviza is a registered charity and established social enterprise, providing professional information, advice, guidance and practical support … Read more

News In Brief 11 July 2016

THIRD SECTOR Big Society Capital (BSC) made an operating loss of almost £6.8 million in 2015 (2014 showed a loss of £1.7 million), including almost £3.6 million in investment losses (against investment gains of £1.1 million in 2014), according to its latest accounts. Administration and other expenses cost BSC £5.7 million in 2015, compared with … Read more

Who Are We? What Do We Want?

Another week – another drowning out of everything apparently unrelated to the EU. This week it was the turn of how the British view themselves to get ignored – rather surprising really, given the political upheavals we’re going through. NatCen, the independent social research agency, published its 33rd annual British Social Attitudes report to almost … Read more

News In Brief 4 July 2016

ITM POWER The Social Stock Exchange member ITM Power, which is listed on AIM, announced the sale of an integrated hydrogen refuelling station (HRS) with on-site generation to Hydrogène de France (HDF), for deployment in France.  The contract is worth €1.5 million to ITM Power before follow-on contracts such as maintenance agreements. The electrolyser HRS … Read more


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MagneGas Corporation granted membership of the Social Stock Exchange

London, November 2nd, 2017 – the Social Stock Exchange (www.socialstockexchange.com) – society’s market for impact investing – has today announced that MagneGas Corporation (www.magnegas.com) has been approved as a member … Read more

The cost of UK renewables, good value, or great values?

The government has today released the Cost of Energy Review[1] which was called for earlier in the summer. Dieter Helm has been tasked with a quick, but deep dive in … Read more

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ProCredit banks achieve significant growth in the first nine months of 2017

Growth of 12.9% (9M 2016: 7.7%) of the customer loan portfolio in …

Ashley House plc Holding in Company

The Company has received notification that on 6 November 2017, Maureen Moy …

Update on Scrip Dividend

Good Energy announces that, in relation to the interim dividend for the …


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