Current Funds and SIBs

Investor updates

Investor information for each of SVA’s transactions, including the SVA Diversified Impact Fund and our five social impact bonds. This page contains the Information Memorandum, investor reports, and investor FAQs.

SVA Diversified Impact Fund

Reporting

  • Detailed annual financial performance and social impact reporting within 120 days of Financial Year end.
  • Annual regulatory reporting (such as income tax and distribution statements) within 120 days of Financial Year end.
  • Audited annual accounts within 120 days of Financial Year end, as requested by Investors.

Information Memorandum (PDF, 2MB)

Unit price history

 

  • The unit price as at 30 September 2021 was $0.6348 (unaudited)
  • The unit price as at 30 June 2021 was $0.6926 (unaudited)
  • The unit price as at 30 March 2021 was $0.6686 (unaudited)
  • The unit price as at 31 December 2020 was $0.6656 (unaudited)
  • The unit price as at 30 September 2020 was $0.6683 (unaudited)
  • The unit price as at 30 June 2020 was $0.6704 (audited)
  • The unit price as at 31 March 2020 is $0.6653 (unaudited)
  • The unit price as at 31 December 2019 is $0.3677 (unaudited)
  • The unit price as at 30 September 2019 was $0.3707 (unaudited)
  • The unit price as at 30 June 2019 was $0.3732 (audited)
  • The unit price as at 30 June 2018 was $0.3871 (audited)

Note that the unit price reflects that the units are partially funded.

Investor updates

For any queries, please contact makeadif@socialventures.com.au

More information is available on the SVA Diversified Impact Fund page

Aspire Social Impact Bond

Useful information

  • Investor returns are determined by Government payments to the Aspire SIB Trust, which are based on savings generated.
  • An effective rate of 2% per annum coupon payable within 10 Business Days of each of Coupon Determination Dates 1, 2, 3 and 4 (31 December each year from 2018 to 2021 inclusive)
  • A variable amount payable within 10 Business Days of each of Coupon Determination Dates 5, 6 and 7 (31 December each year from 2022 to 2024) (or the Early Termination Date, if occurring earlier), which is determined as each Noteholder’s pro rata share of the Distributable Trust Assets as at the relevant date.
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Aspire SIB Information Memorandum (PDF, 2MB)

Aspire SIB Deed Poll, Purchase Deed and Note Issue Supplement (PDF, 993KB)

Results

Aspire SIB Annual Investor Report – 2020 (PDF, 22MB)

Aspire SIB Annual Investor Report – 2019 (PDF, 1MB)

Aspire SIB Annual Investor Report – 2018 (PDF, 2MB)

Investor updates

For any queries, please contact aspiresib@socialventures.com.au

More information is available on the Aspire SIB page

Foyer Social Impact Bond

Useful information

  • Investor returns are linked to the effectiveness of the Foyer Central Program in supporting young people to achieve successful outcomes, which are determined by key indicators of their independence
  • A young person has a successful outcome if they maintain employment, education and/or independent housing over an extended period after graduating from Foyer Central, and do not record a conviction, live in social housing or have a child placed into out-of-home care.
  • 9 year bond term (dependent upon timing of Financial Close)
  • Target performance scenario return of 6% p.a. (note that this is an objective only)
  • Fixed coupons of 2% p.a. for first 3 years
  • Performance coupons in years 4-9 which are dependent upon program outcomes
  • 55% capital protection in worst-case scenario; maximum return 10% p.a

Foyer Central SIB Information Memorandum

For any queries, please contact foyersib@socialventures.com.au

Newpin SA Social Impact Bond

Useful information

  • Investor returns are linked to the effectiveness of the Newpin Program in reunifying children in out-of-home care to their families.
  • 7 year bond term (dependent upon Financial Close)
  • Target performance scenario return of 6% p.a. (note that this is an objective only)
  • Fixed coupons of 2% p.a. for first 3 years
  • Performance coupons in years 4-7 which are dependent upon program outcomes
  • 50% capital protection in worst-case scenario; maximum return 10% p.a.

Newpin SA SIB Information Memorandum (PDF, 5MB)

More information is available on the Newpin SA page.

Resolve Social Benefit Bond

Useful information

  • Investor returns are linked to outcome payments made by the NSW Government to the Resolve SBB Trust, which are based on Government savings generated by the Resolve Program
  • An effective rate of 2% per annum coupon payable within 10 Business Days of each of Coupon Determination Dates 1, 2, 3 and 4 (31 March each year from 2019 to 2022 inclusive)
  • A variable amount payable within 10 Business Days of each of Coupon Determination Dates 5, 6 and 7 (31 March each year from 2023 to 2025 inclusive) (or the Early Termination Date, if occurring earlier), which is determined as each Noteholder’s pro rata share of the Distributable Trust Assets as at the relevant date.

Resolve SBB Information Memorandum (PDF, 1MB)

Results

Resolve SBB Annual Investor Report – 2020 (PDF, 1MB)

Resolve SBB Annual Investor Report – 2019 (PDF, 3MB)

Investor updates

For any queries, please contact resolvesbb@socialventures.com.au

More information is available on the Resolve SBB page

Side by Side Social Impact Bond

Useful information

  • Investor returns are linked to the success of the Side by Side Program in reducing the number of days students are absent from school relative to a fixed baseline
  • 6.25 year bond term (dependent upon Financial Close)
  • Target performance scenario return of 6.0% p.a. (note that this is an objective only)
  • Fixed coupons of 1.5% p.a. for first 5.25 years
  • Performance coupon in final year dependent upon program outcomes
  • 70% capital protection in underperform scenarios

Side by Side SIB Information Memorandum

For any queries, please contact sidebysidesib@socialventures.com.au

More information is available on the Side by Side SIB page.

Sticking Together Social Impact Bond

Useful information

  • Fixed coupons of 3% for the first two years, three variable coupons dependent on outcomes
  • Interest payment dates: 31 December 2019, 31 December 2020, 30 June 2021, 30 June 2022 and 30 June 2023
  • Coupon Payments will be made to Noteholders within 10 Business Days of receipt by the Issuer of the Interest Payment made under the Loan Deed
  • Coupons are taxable in the year they are received, with tax statements issued following the end of relevant tax year

Sticking Together Information Memorandum (non-offer version)

Investor updates

For any queries, please contact stickingtogethersib@socialventures.com.au

More information is available on the Sticking Together SIB page

Frequently Asked Questions

What contact details do you have for me?

SVA uses a third party registry provider. Our registry provider will have contact names, email addresses and mailing addresses as per your initial application form.

How do I update my details?

If you would like to request for any details to be updated please download the appropriate form (links below), sign and return by post to our registry:

Postal address
One Registry Services
PO Box R1479, Royal Exchange NSW 1225

Forms for download

Please note that if you are updating details, confirm if you want this for an individual investment or across all of your SVA investments.

My accountant needs information to be able to lodge my tax return?

Tax statements are issued to authorised contacts following the end of the tax year.

If you require a holding statement or a copy of your tax statement, please contact our registry at info@oneregistryservices.com.au confirming the time period you require this for and note your investment reference number (you can find this on the top of all statements).