A Social Benefit Bond (SBB, sometimes known as a Social Impact Bond) is a new financial instrument that pays a return to private investors based on the achievement of agreed social outcomes.
Under a SBB, an investor provides upfront funds to a partner (not-for profit organisation (NFP) or intermediary) to provide services.
Part of the Government savings are used to repay this investment and provide a reward payment commensurate with the outcomes achieved.
The trial will explore the capacity for Social Benefit Bonds to:
· Increase funding for prevention and early intervention programs in a sustainable manner
· Catalyse the development of the social finance sector
· Harness the innovation capacity of both investors and service providers
· Improve the evidence base for, and focus on measuring the impact of, social services.
States and Territories: ACT, NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA
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An information briefing will be held at Level 41, Governor Macquarie Tower, 1 Farrer Place, Sydney on 11 October 2011 at 2pm - 4pm.
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