AVPN February Webinar: How to set up an impact finance fund of $100 mn and more from donors, foundations, pension funds, DFIs and HNWIs?

By Asian Venture Philanthropy Network (AVPN)



Date & time

24 February 2015



24 February 2015


About this event

Structured impact investment vehicles provide for increased efficiency and greater impact.

Over the last 10 years, more than $5 bn has been raised from impact investors through 25+ structured investment vehicles.

By mixing different risk-return profiles in flexible, public-private-partnership structures, these vehicles

  • allow to leverage donor funding thanks to the catalytic role of first-loss capital
  • achieve larger scale for venture philanthropists investment opportunities
  • combine investments with grants, earmarked for technical assistance, essential to reaching set development goals.

AVPN member INNPACT, a specialized advisor and project manager has set up 15+ structured impact funds for DFIs, Foundations, pension funds and private investors for a total value of $3 bn and would like to share its experience gained over the last 7 years.

Learn key facts regarding structured impact funds, from the design to the implementation phase!

Join us in this webinar on February 24, 2015 at 4 p.m. Singapore time

Register here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8798121984948616962

About the Speaker


 Feb Webinar- Arnaud Gillin????????


Arnaud Gillin is Partner and co-founder of Innpact. He is responsible for fund set-up projects including feasibility analysis, definition of investment strategies, market studies, financial modelling and operational and legal implementation.

Arnaud has fourteen years of experience in the financial services sector. Prior to Innpact, Arnaud worked as a consultant in the financial services and investment funds practice with Accenture and as risk manager and project manager at Banque de Luxembourg.

He holds a MSc. in Management from Louvain School of Management in Belgium and a Master in Microfinance from Solvay Business School, Brussels (European Microfinance Programme).

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