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The Economist takes its impact investing show to London

The Economist’s February impact investing pow wow in New York signaled the industry’s penetration into mainstream finance. See: Name-checking the Headliners at the Economist's Impact Investing Conference At the sequel in London next week, the magazine will ask whether it’s possible to build ‘impact’ into the fabric of traditional investment firms. Those gathering to discuss “purpose-driven

Scotland strengthens European social enterprise ties for the Brexit era

As the U.K. begins its two-year process to leave the E.U., Scotland is seeking ways to stay connected. The Scottish government’s three-year Social Enterprise Action Plan aims to “maintain the strongest possible relationship with European partners.” Scotland is looking to “frame, lead and accelerate global developments in the social enterprise movement,” and will host the2018

Greensleeves Care raises $41 million Retail Charity Bond to care for England’s elderly

Greensleeves Care has raised a $41 million Retail Charity Bond to care for England’s elderly. Greensleeves Care supports nearly 800 residents in 20 residential, dementia and nursing homes across England. The London-based charity raised the funds in less than a week through Allia, which helps charitable organizations raise unsecured debt through retail bonds listed on London

“Hard” or “soft” Brexit will determine U.K.’s path to 2030

Parliament, which now will have a say in triggering negotiations with the European Union, may want to insist on a soft landing, indeed. “Future Proof,” a recent report from the Institute for Public Policy Research forecasts that an isolated U.K., without an influx of young migrants, will be older, more unequal and squeezed financially by the