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A Social Stock Exchange For India

Social enterprises will have to conform to much higher standards of reporting than they are conventionally used to.

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Expanding Access To Bank Credit By Building The NBFC Periphery

he current approach is making NBFCs safer but requiring banks to become riskier, write Nachiket Mor and Dwijaraj Bhattacharya.

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Social Stock Exchange: New Funding Avenues For Non-Profit Organisations

The Social Stock Exchange is envisioned as the venue that will originate pertinent funding structures for NPOs. One of the main hurdles that non-profit organisations (NPOs) face in securing financing from a wide variety of sources is the lack of robust information about their activities. To mitigate this problem, the establishment of a Social Stock Exchange (SSE) will prompt all NPOs that access capital through it, to submit to a minimum reporting standard.