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Impact Investing: Revolutionising capital markets for greater societal gain

The United Nations Association of Australia (Victorian Division) is holding a seminar enttitled Impact Investing: Revolutionising capital markets for greater societal gains on Thursday 9th October, 2014, in Melbourne.

Held in partnership with National Australia Bank as part of our Sustainability Leadership Series, this seminar will highlight the challenges and opportunities associated with this innovative way to invest capital for social and/or environmental benefits as well as financial returns.

The seminar notably seeks to cover how this emerging sector has evolved and its key players, from capital providers to fund managers, financial intermediaries, social enterprises and non-profit organisations. It will also address how impact investing differs from traditional philanthropic giving and how it relates to the work of the government in addressing social issues.

Guest speakers

Facilitator

  • John McLeod, Consultant, Philanthropic Services, JB Were

Seminar details
 

Date: Thursday 9 October, 2014
Time: 1.30pm Registration, 2pm-5pm Seminar
Venue: Hosted by National Australia Bank, The Academy (The Bowl Room), 500 Bourke Street, Melbourne
Registration FeesPlease note all fees are inclusive of GST but do not include Trybooking's service fee ($0.30).
Business/Government: $180
Non-profit/Academia: $140
UNAA Members: $140
Student: $50
Registration deadline: 5pm, Tuesday 7 October

REGISTER ONLINE NOW

Background


This seminar is held in support of the work of the UN Office for Partnershipson social impact and innovation, as well as the work of the G8 Social Impact Investment Taskforce and the World Economic Forum’s Mainstreaming Impact Investing Initiative.

For all enquiries please contact Emeline on 03 9670 7878 or via email.