File 10 - Correspondence of John Pearce regarding continued development of the Scottish Community Enterprise Investment Fund (SCEIF)

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GB 1847 SECS-CBSN/6/4/10


Correspondence of John Pearce regarding continued development of the Scottish Community Enterprise Investment Fund (SCEIF)


  • March 1990 (Creation)

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This file contains 1 folder of documents on a range of topics including the following examples:

  • Letters from organisations and individuals in response to requests for investment in SCEIF (part removed for data protection)
  • Financial information including report on launch budget vs actual income/expenditure; investor's cheques deposited
  • Analysis by amount and region of share applications no. 173-235
  • Letter from Ethical Investment Research Service (EIRIS) regarding their directory of alternative investments
  • Correspondence regarding district councils investment in SCEIF
  • ICOF briefing on 'Attracting social investors'
  • Photocopy of leaflet for the International Federation of Alternative Trade (IFAT)
  • Discussion paper for SCEIF Directors on 'Policy and procedure re. making loans'
  • Correspondence with SCEIF's solicitors regarding policy and procedures for making loans
  • Scottish Development Department circular on the 'Acquisition of land compensation rate of interest after entry'
  • Letters regarding absence of women on the SCEIF Board
  • SCEIF prospectus containing photocopy of the SCEIF certificate of incorporation; letters from August 1989 and AV presentation notes from the SCEIF launch event; handwritten income and expenditure sheets for October 1989 to March 1990
    -Letters regarding invitations to apply for loans, including SCEIF information sheet 'Information for loan applicants' and 'Enterprise News: Journal of the Scottish financial community', no.17, December/January 1989-1990

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