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Kyrn Stevens is a senior corporate affairs and marketing professional who completed a thesis on social investing for his Executive Masters of Business Administration.

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ASX Social Licence to Operate

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Kyrn Stevens, Wednesday, 3rd October 2018 -  Following debate over the Australian Stock Exchange Corporate Governance Council’s proposal to include a “social licence to operate” in its Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations, Kyrn Stevens looks at what is being proposed.

SIB Mechanics

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Kyrn Stevens, Tuesday, 4th September 2018 -  With a recent estimate of some 108 social impact bonds globally worth US$400 million (A$537 million), including nine in Australia, Kyrn Stevens outlines how they work.

Impact Investing Budget Update

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Kyrn Stevens, Monday, 3rd September 2018 -  The last two federal budgets contained a range of impact investing initiatives. The Department of Social Services provides Kyrn Stevens with an update on progress.

The ‘Wall Streetification’ of Social Services?

Opinion

Kyrn Stevens, Wednesday, 4th July 2018 -  Kyrn Stevens reviews the world’s first film on Social Impact Bonds.

Social Investing for NFPs – Getting ‘Investment Ready’

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Kyrn Stevens, Thursday, 7th June 2018 -  In his third and final article on social investing, Kyrn Stevens looks at considerations for not for profits that decide to embark on the social investing journey.

Social Investing – Friend or Foe?

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Kyrn Stevens, Wednesday, 30th May 2018 -  While social investing can unleash vital capital and skills to help tackle social issues, as well as commercial returns and innovation dividends for capital, there are a number of risks for not for profits, writes Kyrn Stevens, in the second in a three part series on social investing.

Social Investing – A Snapshot

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Kyrn Stevens, Wednesday, 23rd May 2018 -  In the first of a three part series on social investing, Kyrn Stevens looks at the state of play.
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