One complimentary ticket for AVPN members.
HKD1200 per ticket for non-members.
Limited seats are available.
Conducting due diligence is one of the most important yet also most resource consuming aspect of impact investment. The goal of this process is to support the identification of high-quality opportunities, reduce risk, and create a diversified portfolio of impact investments.
This seminar will focus on the key considerations in making direct investments which will be different from the due diligence for investing in impact funds. The due diligence process will look at the management team, business model, social mission, execution capacity and exit strategy. While many of these elements are subjective, having a framework and a standardized process is important to enable comparison between projects and facilitate the investment decision process.
As part of AVPN’s impact investment series, this seminar will be facilitated by Insitor Impact Asia Fund (“Insitor”), a social venture capital fund that provides equity and mezzanine funding to social enterprises in emerging and frontier markets.
Through presentations, case studies and discussions, participants will be able to:
- Understand Insitor’s strategy and theory of change
- Examine one type of due diligence framework
- Glean key insights and advice on important elements to take into consideration in the due diligence process
- Review 1-2 case studies and discuss potential risks and opportunities
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Country Manager, Insitor Impact Asia Fund
Bradley joined Insitor in 2011 with the goal of setting upInsitor’s operations in Myanmar. With deep knowledge of the Burmese culture and social environment and over eight-years of experience working in the country, he is responsible for exploring all investment opportunities and conducting market analyses. Bradley actively supports Myanmar’s nascent social enterprise scene by participating in business plan pitch events and providing mentoring. He also gives frequent in-depth investment and valuation seminars to aspiring entrepreneurs and SME business owners. Prior to joining Insitor, Bradley worked as an independent consultant advising companies aiming to enter Myanmar’s financial services and consumer goods sectors. He holds dual bachelor’s degrees in History and Economics from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia.
About the Speaking Organisation
Founded in 2009, Insitor Impact Asia Fund is a social venture capital fund that provides equity and mezzanine funding to social enterprises in emerging and frontier markets, such as Cambodia, India, Myanmar and Pakistan. Insitor invests in early-stage companies that demonstrate clear competitive advantages and the potential to positively influence their respective industries. It builds marketplaces for low-income consumers, producers and workers in a variety of sectors, including healthcare, education, affordable housing, financial inclusion, water/sanitation, agriculture and off-grid energy.
Insitor invests with the rigor and discipline of a for-profit venture capital fund with the expectation of maximizing social impact while providing patient and responsible financial returns. Typically, a hands-on investor, Insitor provides technical advice and management support to its entrepreneurs.