FT: Social Impact Bonds have a familiar chocolatey investment flavour

5th December 2014

The Financial Times talks about the emergence of Social Impact Bonds as a genuine investment opportunity, drawing some interesting parallels with the philanthropy of the early 20th century chocolate tycoons (and Willy Wonka). You can read the full article here. (£)  

The Financial Times talks about the emergence of Social Impact Bonds as a genuine investment opportunity, drawing some interesting parallels with the philanthropy of the early 20th century chocolate tycoons (and Willy Wonka).

You can read the full article here. (£)

 

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