Stone King’s Julian Blake has had the privilege of working with Energy4All since its first project in 2002.
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It is routine for any commercial finance to call on legal expertise to ensure precision and clarity, protect against risk and secure the deal. There are many lawyers to call upon for this.
Last week we participated in E3M’s Growing the New Economy Convention.
A charity must be “established for exclusively charitable purposes” – but what does that actually mean? And what differentiates charities from other socially motivated organisations?
In this article we continue to explore the different legal forms that may be used for impact ventures, focussing on partnerships. Colloquially ‘partnership’ can be used to describe any sort of collaboration or working together.
Stone King is proud to partner with E3M and others to present the Growing the New Economy Convention in Oldham on 12 February 2020.
As part of our series of blog posts summarising the common forms of social enterprises, here we look at Community Benefit Societies, or Bencoms.
To continue our series of blog posts summarising the common forms of social enterprises, here we look at what community interest companies are, what they do and the advantages and disadvantages for a social enterprise to adopt this form.
Whilst speaking about social finance opportunities at a charity event some years ago, a member of the audience suggested that social finance and social enterprises would be the downfall of grant funding and ultimately charities. Whilst this prediction is not proving true, it is topical.
Legal structure should not drive the big decisions about your social enterprise but it is an important consideration.