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The Social Stock Exchange’s Vision is a public market to achieve profit with a purpose for all. 

The Social Stock Exchange’s Mission is to stimulate a vibrant, regulated, public social investment market, enabling all impact businesses to have greater access to capital so that investors both retail and institutional can identify, transact and realise their social, environmental and financial goals. 

All Social Stock Exchange members are required to produce an impact report which outlines their theory of change and how they intend to achieve it through their operations and activities. We believe that we should not ask our members to do anything that we are not prepared to do ourselves, so we have produced our own impact report which can be seen below.  It contains a foreword from our Chair, Colin Melvin and an overview from our CEO, Tomas Caruthers. Please feel free to get in touch with any feedback or questions you may have.

If you have any trouble viewing the impact report below or would like to download the impact report please click here

2016 SSX_Impact Report_August FINAL

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