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The Responsible Finance Podcast

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From banks that can’t lend to small businesses, predatory payday lenders, high interest loan sharks, or social investors who just don’t support social enterprises - there’s plenty to criticise in the world of finance.But there’s a a strong and growing network of finance providers who are building resilient economies throughout the UK – offering a personal service, a supportive approach and a real alternative to traditional bank lenders and finance providers. Responsible Finance providers bring social and economic benefits to people, places and businesses.And on the responsible finance podcast, we hear about how they build hope, create opportunity and change lives – that’s responsible finance.

Latest Episodes

Ethical, sustainable and award winning textiles manufacturer, Kalopsia

In one of the worst-offending industries for landfill and modern slavery, Kalopsia proves you can make products more ethically and minimise environmental impact. A batch manufacturer of textiles, apparel and accessories, Kalopsia is a social enterprise. It makes exciting products, supports the textile industry and the people in it, minimises waste and environmental impact. And it demonstrates all of this is possible as a sustainable (in all ways) business.

22 MIN2019 DEC 3
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Ethical, sustainable and award winning textiles manufacturer, Kalopsia

Peter Lavelle, Glasgow Wood Recycling

Glasgow Wood Recycling transforms wood which could otherwise be wasted into high quality furniture and products. The social enterprise and charity, launched in 2006 has prevented over 4,000 tonnes of wood from being wasted, has provided exceptional training to hundreds of people and has 19 employees and 45 volunteers. Peter covers engaging and looking after volunteers, securing appropriate customers, staying true to your values and more.

30 MIN2019 OCT 21
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Peter Lavelle, Glasgow Wood Recycling

CiTR: A tax relief which benefits society, with Katy Ford

Want to invest in an organisation supporting under-served businesses and disadvantaged communities - and be rewarded with an attractive tax relief for doing so? Community Investment Tax Relief is the answer, according to Katy Ford of Foundation East which lends to small businesses unable to access mainstream finance. Katy gives examples of businesses now thriving thanks to support from Foundation East and covers how responsible finance providers should innovate.

37 MIN2019 JUN 20
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CiTR: A tax relief which benefits society, with Katy Ford

How Open Banking could enable financial inclusion

What is Open Banking and how can it help people who are financially excluded, including people who are unbanked? How can Open Banking benefit businesses, social enterprises and the self-employed? How will Open Banking help Responsible Finance providers? And is there a danger that Open Banking might facilitate discrimination against people who are already financially vulnerable? Faith Reynolds is part of a steering group responsible for delivering the technology underpinning Open Banking.

49 MIN2019 JUN 4
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How Open Banking could enable financial inclusion

Fintech, innovation and responsible finance - Danyal Sattar, Big Issue Invest

The Magic Roundabout, banknotes you had to write your name on, micro-lending in 1542 and slurping up energy to create cryptocurrency. Danyal Sattar is Chief Executive of Big Issue Invest, which span out of The Big Issue magazine. Big Issue Invest provides finance from £10,000 to £3m to social enterprises and charities. Danyal addresses: Should responsible finance providers embrace fintech? How good regulation builds trust. Three wishes for the future of responsible finance.

15 MIN2019 APR 8
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Fintech, innovation and responsible finance - Danyal Sattar, Big Issue Invest

Kath Austin, BeeBee Wraps

From kitchen table business to employer of ten and featured on the front page of national newspapers: BeeBee Wraps makes compostable food-wrappers from organic cotton, tree resin, British beeswax and organic jojoba oil. Founder Kath Austin launched BeeBee Wraps when she wanted to minimise her own family’s use of plastic. If you're launching or growing a business, don't miss this episode.

34 MIN2019 MAR 21
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Kath Austin, BeeBee Wraps

Fintech and responsible credit with Neil Kadagathur

Neil Kadagathur is CEO and co-founder of Creditspring, which he describes as a "new type of credit product designed for people with limited savings, specifically for unexpected expenses." Creditspring launched in September 2018. Neil describes how the product works, the motivations behind setting it up, his opinions of the payday loans industry, overdraft fees and the credit card markets in the UK and America, and his thoughts on the future of fintech in the responsible finance space.

24 MIN2019 FEB 22
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Fintech and responsible credit with Neil Kadagathur

Clifford N. Rosenthal, Democratizing Finance author

Jennifer Tankard interviews the author of Democratizing Finance Origins of the Community Development Financial Institutions Movement. • how can CDFIs continue to tackle financial exclusion in America? • as finance becomes increasingly complex does democracy really matter, is it possible? • what actions are taking place to improve diversity in CDFIs' leadership? • the basis of Cliff's considerable optimism for the future

33 MIN2019 JAN 10
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Clifford N. Rosenthal, Democratizing Finance author

Jo Hercberg, The Real Junk Food Project Sheffield

Jo founded and runs The Real Junk Food Project Sheffield, a social enterprise which saves 6 tonnes of food from being wasted each week. The business operates pay as you feel cafes, works with schools, runs a veg box scheme, operates a sharehouse market and more. It's tackling some of the most pressing social and environmental challenges and is a thriving social enterprise. Jo talks us through how The Real Junk Food Project Sheffield came to be, ups and downs and future plans.

34 MIN2018 OCT 31
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Jo Hercberg, The Real Junk Food Project Sheffield

10 Sophie Maxwell, The Really NEET Project

Sophie Maxwell is the founder of The Really NEET Project, a college which works with vulnerable young people aged 16 to 24. In 2009 she began working in secondary schools with excluded pupils. That led to national awards and setting up the first college in 2011. Sophie describes how her experience of homelessness informed Really NEET's programme. She covers winning contracts, influencing education policy and how responsible finance provider Key Fund provided crucial support during Really NEET's journey.

11 MIN2018 AUG 13
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10 Sophie Maxwell, The Really NEET Project

Latest Episodes

Ethical, sustainable and award winning textiles manufacturer, Kalopsia

In one of the worst-offending industries for landfill and modern slavery, Kalopsia proves you can make products more ethically and minimise environmental impact. A batch manufacturer of textiles, apparel and accessories, Kalopsia is a social enterprise. It makes exciting products, supports the textile industry and the people in it, minimises waste and environmental impact. And it demonstrates all of this is possible as a sustainable (in all ways) business.

22 MIN2019 DEC 3
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Ethical, sustainable and award winning textiles manufacturer, Kalopsia

Peter Lavelle, Glasgow Wood Recycling

Glasgow Wood Recycling transforms wood which could otherwise be wasted into high quality furniture and products. The social enterprise and charity, launched in 2006 has prevented over 4,000 tonnes of wood from being wasted, has provided exceptional training to hundreds of people and has 19 employees and 45 volunteers. Peter covers engaging and looking after volunteers, securing appropriate customers, staying true to your values and more.

30 MIN2019 OCT 21
Comments
Peter Lavelle, Glasgow Wood Recycling

CiTR: A tax relief which benefits society, with Katy Ford

Want to invest in an organisation supporting under-served businesses and disadvantaged communities - and be rewarded with an attractive tax relief for doing so? Community Investment Tax Relief is the answer, according to Katy Ford of Foundation East which lends to small businesses unable to access mainstream finance. Katy gives examples of businesses now thriving thanks to support from Foundation East and covers how responsible finance providers should innovate.

37 MIN2019 JUN 20
Comments
CiTR: A tax relief which benefits society, with Katy Ford

How Open Banking could enable financial inclusion

What is Open Banking and how can it help people who are financially excluded, including people who are unbanked? How can Open Banking benefit businesses, social enterprises and the self-employed? How will Open Banking help Responsible Finance providers? And is there a danger that Open Banking might facilitate discrimination against people who are already financially vulnerable? Faith Reynolds is part of a steering group responsible for delivering the technology underpinning Open Banking.

49 MIN2019 JUN 4
Comments
How Open Banking could enable financial inclusion

Fintech, innovation and responsible finance - Danyal Sattar, Big Issue Invest

The Magic Roundabout, banknotes you had to write your name on, micro-lending in 1542 and slurping up energy to create cryptocurrency. Danyal Sattar is Chief Executive of Big Issue Invest, which span out of The Big Issue magazine. Big Issue Invest provides finance from £10,000 to £3m to social enterprises and charities. Danyal addresses: Should responsible finance providers embrace fintech? How good regulation builds trust. Three wishes for the future of responsible finance.

15 MIN2019 APR 8
Comments
Fintech, innovation and responsible finance - Danyal Sattar, Big Issue Invest

Kath Austin, BeeBee Wraps

From kitchen table business to employer of ten and featured on the front page of national newspapers: BeeBee Wraps makes compostable food-wrappers from organic cotton, tree resin, British beeswax and organic jojoba oil. Founder Kath Austin launched BeeBee Wraps when she wanted to minimise her own family’s use of plastic. If you're launching or growing a business, don't miss this episode.

34 MIN2019 MAR 21
Comments
Kath Austin, BeeBee Wraps

Fintech and responsible credit with Neil Kadagathur

Neil Kadagathur is CEO and co-founder of Creditspring, which he describes as a "new type of credit product designed for people with limited savings, specifically for unexpected expenses." Creditspring launched in September 2018. Neil describes how the product works, the motivations behind setting it up, his opinions of the payday loans industry, overdraft fees and the credit card markets in the UK and America, and his thoughts on the future of fintech in the responsible finance space.

24 MIN2019 FEB 22
Comments
Fintech and responsible credit with Neil Kadagathur

Clifford N. Rosenthal, Democratizing Finance author

Jennifer Tankard interviews the author of Democratizing Finance Origins of the Community Development Financial Institutions Movement. • how can CDFIs continue to tackle financial exclusion in America? • as finance becomes increasingly complex does democracy really matter, is it possible? • what actions are taking place to improve diversity in CDFIs' leadership? • the basis of Cliff's considerable optimism for the future

33 MIN2019 JAN 10
Comments
Clifford N. Rosenthal, Democratizing Finance author

Jo Hercberg, The Real Junk Food Project Sheffield

Jo founded and runs The Real Junk Food Project Sheffield, a social enterprise which saves 6 tonnes of food from being wasted each week. The business operates pay as you feel cafes, works with schools, runs a veg box scheme, operates a sharehouse market and more. It's tackling some of the most pressing social and environmental challenges and is a thriving social enterprise. Jo talks us through how The Real Junk Food Project Sheffield came to be, ups and downs and future plans.

34 MIN2018 OCT 31
Comments
Jo Hercberg, The Real Junk Food Project Sheffield

10 Sophie Maxwell, The Really NEET Project

Sophie Maxwell is the founder of The Really NEET Project, a college which works with vulnerable young people aged 16 to 24. In 2009 she began working in secondary schools with excluded pupils. That led to national awards and setting up the first college in 2011. Sophie describes how her experience of homelessness informed Really NEET's programme. She covers winning contracts, influencing education policy and how responsible finance provider Key Fund provided crucial support during Really NEET's journey.

11 MIN2018 AUG 13
Comments
10 Sophie Maxwell, The Really NEET Project
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