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News | 5 October 2016
  • Big Society Capital releases second tranche of its £14.5 million investment commitment, enabling Charity Bank to support many more good causes
  • New loan approvals of £55.8m in the first nine months of 2016; more than in the whole of any previous year
  • Social sector loan demand remains strong since the EU Referendum
News | 14 June 2016

ClearlySo, Europe’s leading impact investment bank, announced today that Octopus has taken a 12.3% stake in the company as part of a £1.25 million growth funding round.

Octopus, a fast-growing UK fund management company and the largest provider of venture capital trusts (VCTs) in the UK, will become the largest single institutional investor in the firm and Octopus Co-Founder Chris Hulatt will join the ClearlySo board as a non-executive director.

News | 29 July 2015

Big Society Capital has announced its first investment to be successfully repaid since it was established in 2012.

News | 18 June 2015

Big Society Capital today announced the Business Impact Challenge shortlist, with five innovative partnerships between corporates and charities or social enterprises selected.

News | 16 February 2015

Threadneedle Investments’ flagship social bond fund has reached over US $100m (£67m)[1][2] in assets under management as it celebrates its first anniversary.

News | 15 December 2014

A new £15 million challenge prize has today been launched to catalyse private sector demand for social investment in the UK. The Business Impact Challenge, launched by social investment bank Big Social Capital, is looking for the best idea for a high-impact investment that generates strong business and social value in the UK.

News | 26 November 2014

Cheyne Capital Management (UK) LLP (“Cheyne Capital”), one of Europe’s leading alternative investment managers, has launched the Cheyne Social Property Impact Fund (“the Fund”) to help tackle the chronic shortage of housing solutions for disadvantaged groups in the UK.