Kate Elliot, Senior Ethical Researcher at Rathbone Greenbank Investments - an ethical and sustainable investment services - talks about social impact investing being a bridge between investing and philanthropy, delivering measurable, positive impact in the world whilst also expecting some financial return.
She also explains how Social Investment Tax Relief (SITR) can provide an innovative solution to some of the major challenges facing society, including homelessness, poverty and lack of education or employment opportunities.
Kate explains that SITR appeals to Rathbone Greenbank clients who have chosen to invest in the Resonance SITR Funds. These are a series of regional funds - in the South West, West Midlands and North West - that are aiming to dismantle poverty in their regions by investing in a range of charities and social enterprises delivering positive social benefits.
And for investors, Resonance’s SITR Funds provide the benefits of social impact alongside potential financial returns.
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