Upcoming events

    • 25 Jan 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (EST)
    • Credit Suisse, 11 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10010
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    Over 200 years ago, Quaker and Methodist immigrants in the U.S. avoided investing in businesses tied to war, slavery, tobacco, gambling, and other activities inconsistent with their faith-based values. The desire to make investments that have a dual objective of profit and a social and/or environmental return has steadily grown since that time. Mission-related products such as SRI (Socially Responsible Investing), ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance), and impact investments have resulted in significant “sweet spots” for investors to place capital efficiently across a variety of asset classes. This includes private equity, fixed income, real assets, infrastructure and even public equities. This panel will explore how stakeholders gained entry to mission-related investing, how they have generated returns through strategies that consider both impact AND social, economic, and environmental issues.

    Speakers:

    • Andrew Siwo, Investment Director, Colonial Consulting (moderator)
    • Sean Flynn, Managing Director, Head of Business Development - Asset Management, Credit Suisse (panelist)
    • Ken Gustaven, Executive Director, Merck (panelist)
    • Bhakti Mirchandani, Senior Vice President, Investment Fund (panelist)
    • William Burckart, COO, TIIP (panelist)
    Agenda
    • 6:00 - 6:15 pm: Registration and networking
    • 6:15 - 6:50 pm: Discussion panel
    • 6:50 - 7:20 pm: Q&A
    • 7:20 - 7:50 pm: Final networking
    Location

    Credit Suisse
    11 Madison Ave.
    New York, NY 10010

Past events

30 Nov 2017 The Future of Financial Services for the Underbanked: Tradition, Innovation, Regulation
13 Nov 2017 Breaking down India's demonetization: One year in review
21 Sep 2017 Bringing the Efficient Frontier to Impact Investing
18 Sep 2017 Investing in Burkina Faso Roundtable
26 Jun 2017 Impact Investing in Emerging Markets Conference – Capital Allocation for Sustainable Development
12 Jun 2017 Technology’s Impact on Microfinance: How new technologies are democratizing access to capital and financial services
07 Jun 2017 Engaged Forum: Gender Equality and Women Empowerment in Mexico and the U.S.
23 May 2017 Legal Issues in Social Entrepreneurship and Impact Investing—in the US and Beyond
12 May 2017 Breakfast Forum: Microfinance and the Missing Middle: Moving Upstream to Finance Small and Growing Businesses
02 May 2017 MFCNY's Spring Networking Event
15 Dec 2016 Holiday Benefit Party with NY +Acumen
15 Nov 2016 Family Offices: Catalyzing Impact Investing and Microfinance
12 Sep 2016 Fireside Chat with Acumen Global Fellows
07 Sep 2016 MFCNY September Networking Happy Hour
11 Jul 2016 Challenges & Innovations in Smallholder Farmer Financing
06 Jul 2016 Microfinance at EIF: Risk Management’s keys to success of the European Progress Microfinance Facility
10 Jun 2016 Impact Investing 101
01 Jun 2016 Microfinance Possibilities in Cuba?
20 Apr 2016 Client Selection in Microfinance – How does it work?
20 Apr 2016 Client Selection in Microfinance – How does it work?
01 Mar 2016 Preventing Crisis: Can you recognize overheating markets?

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