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
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The charity bond offer for The Alnwick Garden Trust has closed a week early after raising £10 million during the most volatile period in the markets since the financial crisis.
In November 2017, the Retail Charity Bonds made a £18m issue for Golden Lane Housing with a 3.9% coupon and a maturity of 2027. £10 million was sold immediately with a further £8 million held as retained bonds.
In March 2017, the Retail Charity Bonds made a £50m issue for Greensleeves Care with a 4.25% coupon and a maturity of 2026. £33 million was sold immediately with a further £17 million held as retained bonds.