Luke Fletcher


Luke Fletcher is a partner at the law firm Bates Wells Braithwaite, where he joined in 2007.

He specialises indesigning legal and constitutional structures and acts for a wide range of clients operating in, or engaging with, the social investment market.

Luke has worked on many significant developments in social investment and has been involved, through his secondments to the Cabinet Office and various sector initiatives, in helping to shape thinking and policy in this new market in diverse areas such as social investment tax relief, charity investment powers, co-mingling funds and the adoption of social investment-related amendments to the Financial Services Act 2012.
Luke is the author of Investing in Civil Society: A framework for a bespoke regulatory regime, published by Nesta and of Ten Reforms to Grow the Social Investment Market.


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