Social enterprises will have to conform to much higher standards of reporting than they are conventionally used to.
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This post captures comments by Dvara Research to the report of the SEBI Technical Group on Social Stock Exchange
In this series of columns, members of a drafting team on the Working Group report on Social Stock Exchange detail important recommendations.
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.
A common minimum reporting standard has been recommended for all fundraising activity through the proposed Social Stock Exchange.