The federal government has issued a discussion paper on their role in developing the social impact investing market.
The paper is soliciting public consultation on three main points – the role of the Australian government, which the government has proposed as “creating an enabling environment” and “funding (or co-funding with state and territory governments) investments which would likely achieve savings to fund the intervention and deliver better outcomes for Australians; the principles for social impact investing; and outlining the potential regulatory barriers to growth and ways in which the government can act to address the barriers.
The content you are trying to access is only available to subscribers. There are several options available to you if you want to view this content, from full subscriptions to temporary passes just for this article. Click here for more information.
Latest posts by Rachel Alembakis (see all)
- Government launches inquiry investigating need for Modern Slavery Act - February 24, 2017
- Bendigo and Adelaide Bank launch Socially Responsible Growth Fund - February 24, 2017
- AICD calls for stronger corporate whistle-blower protections - February 24, 2017