AVPN would like to invite you to be part of a conversation that explores the latest developments in the social innovation and investment space in China.
This roundtable will feature some of the key ecosystem player’s work in addressing complex social needs in China and discuss some of the actions that we can jointly take to scale social impact.
Mr. Vincent Faber, CEO of Trafigura Foundation will join us as a special guest to share their work in China as well as globally and explore possible collaborations opportunities to strengthen the social investment ecosystem in China.
We look forward to your valuable participation in this conversation.
This event is by invitation only.
Join us to build a vibrant impact investment community across Asia!
A Geophysicist Engineer by background, graduated from the French Petroleum Institute near Paris, France, Vincent started his career in the oil business. At the age of 30, he gave a new orientation to his professional life and followed the humanitarian path, which ended up taking him to a countless number of countries, including some of the most dramatic war and conflict zones of the last decades. Vincent has occupied top executive positions with some of the world’s leading NGOs and international organizations, such as Médecins sans Frontières and International Aids Society. Thanks to his dual corporate and NGO background, Vincent strongly believes that fruitful synergies can be found between both worlds and that by joining forces, they can have a positive impact on individuals and communities.
About the Speaking Organisation
Launched in 2007 by the Trafigura Group, the Foundation was inspired by a desire to pool the charitable and community-oriented actions of Trafigura employees around the world and to encourage, support and develop these activities. The Trafigura Foundation provides long-term funding and expertise to improve socio-economic conditions for vulnerable communities around the world. It joins forces with proven organizations on the ground to achieve more for its beneficiaries. In 2017, the Trafigura Foundation supported 40 programmes across 27 countries.