Social Investment Roundtable Series: The different components of successful Social Investment

Start date: October 5, 2021 18:00pm-19:00pm

In the third roundtable in our social investment series, Mark and Jim will once again lead the conversation along with guest panellists Ben Rick, CEO, Social and Sustainable Capital (from the investor side) and Louisa Mitchell, CEO, West London Zone (from the investee side).

They will look at how alignment of motivation and intention, allied against the right social investment can make for a powerful combination. And how investors and investees are each seeking from their relationship and how good conversations can make great social investment.

Please join us if you are using, or are interested in social investment, are an investor or practitioner and those just interested in the debate.

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Date: October 5, 2021

Time: 18:00pm-19:00pm

Speaker Panel:

Chaired by Jim Clifford OBE, CEO and Founder of Sonnet Advisory & Impact CIC.

Ben Rick, CEO Social and Sustainable Capital. Following a successful senior career in investment banking, increasingly moving towards the ‘green’ and the ‘social’, in 2014 he set up SASC to support charities and social enterprises by giving them access to the right sort of investment.

Louisa Mitchell, CEO, West London Zone, has developed and delivered the first collective impact bond, working with children in four West London boroughs. She has worked in finance, NGO management (UK and Hong Kong), journalism, policy and academic research.

Mark Salway, Managing Director, Moore Kingston Smith Fundraising and Management and former Director of Social Finance and Social Investment at Bayes Business School.

Location:

Online - Zoom

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