The anatomy of Impact Bonds

By Aunnie Patton

Social Impact Bonds are a way for public, nonprofit, and private sectors to adapt to new economic climates and collaborate to provide sustainable solutions with a measurable impact on society.


|   CONCEPT BY: Dr Alex Nicholls, Saïd Business School, Oxford   |

One of the key attractions of SIBs is their ability to facilitate collaboration and align incentives between organisations that haven’t always worked well together. – Dr Alex Nicholls, Said Business School

Inside | Aunnie Patton


First she was an investment banker. Then she was a social investment banker. Now she’s a Dean’s Fellow at the Saïd Business School, Oxford. She’s consulted with the UK government, Big Society Capital, the Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship and social enterprises the world over. In June 2013, she moved to Cape Town to be a Fellow at the Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Aunnie’s social investment in Africa.
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