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Amplifying economic and social impact

At Allia C&C, we provide a wide variety of services on funding for social and commercial enterprises. This ranges from charities, not-for-profits and mission driven businesses whose core purpose is to transform lives, communities and the environment; right up to medium-sized listed and private corporations with a sustainable business and who act responsibly.

With extensive expertise across different sectors – particularly housing, care, education, real estate and alternative lending – we help ensure the optimal funding solution is achieved for each business; whether that’s a bank loan, bond or private placement.

Our capacity to raise funding is supported by our trading desk; and our long-established relationships with banks, institutional and ethical investors, wealth managers and retail intermediaries.

Moreover, we’re uniquely aligned with investors who not only seek a financial return but want to see their money do good in society.

Our impact

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to help charities, impact organisations and corporates with development projects and other activities



Allia C&C arranges £13m loan to West of Scotland Housing Association

Allia C&C arranges £13m loan to West of Scotland Housing Association

West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA) has received a loan of £13 million, arranged by Allia C&C under its charitable bond programme with Scottish Government. The loan will support the development of around 150 homes for social and mid-market rent across Ayrshire and Glasgow, including 36 ultra-low energy homes at Springfield Cross in Glasgow.

RCB bonds sold at lowest rate yet

RCB bonds sold at lowest rate yet

Allia C&C is pleased to announce the sale of the remaining £4 million of retained bonds from the issue of the Golden Lane Housing 3.9% Bonds due 2027. The bonds were sold to a broad group of professional and institutional investors at a price of 105.5, which equates to a yield of 3% – the lowest rate achieved on the sale of RCB bonds since the launch of the platform in 2014.

Retail Charity Bonds – The year in retrospect

Retail Charity Bonds – The year in retrospect

2020 was a truly unprecedented year with COVID-19 prompting global lockdowns, record-breaking government stimulus packages and all-time low interest rates. Despite the turbulence, the Retail Charity Bond platform has continued to deliver for borrowers over the year – both in terms of new issuance and trading performance, underpinned by strong support from ethical investors.