Walk in my Shoes Web Series

Event details
Location and contact details for this event.
Event type: 
26 May 2020 - 4:00pm to 4:30pm
Venue address: 
Philanthropy Impact




Join our CEO John Pepin, as he chats with our Board Member Jamie Broderick, Impact Investment Institute, our board member Lyn Tomlinson, Casenove and Amy Clarke, Tribe Impact Capital about the rise in impact investing and effective ESG and how this is all part of a greater societal conscious shift towards sustainability, and building a better future after COVID-19.

Even before the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, sustainability had become a growing interest for many high-net-worth individuals, for them, their families and their businesses. There was already an increased consciousness on the importance of making a bigger impact on our society and environment, and desire from clients for ethical practice from their providers. This trend had already began to affect many aspects of our society, and had made huge waves in the investment world. ESG and Impact investments are going to be more important than ever for both society and for reputation after COVID-19, and this crisis has highlighted new investment opportunities and the crucial role they can play in solving significant societal issues.

During this episode, we will discuss the role of impact investing and ESG in addressing the issues related to COVID-19 rebuild and beyond, as well as the role of professional advisers and social impact funds in ensuring there is opportunity for investment. We will also explore the social investment market in the UK, looking at the continuum of approaches ranging from philanthropy through to impact investing, including the role of social enterprises and investors.


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Prior registration is required. Following resistration, registrants will receive an email containing instructions for joining the webinar. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask live questions of the speakers during the web-event.

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Event registration
Event cost: 
Non-members £20