How banks should finance the social sector

by | August 19, 2013 10:04 am

Today’s financial markets are not working for charities and social enterprises. Most traditional financial intermediaries, like banks, are focused on short-term returns and deem unsecured lending to social enterprises to be too risky. This lack of affordable funding limits the ability of social organisations to deliver on their missions, hampers their ability to grow and…

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