The Palladium Group and Saïd Business School, University of Oxford have come together to host an Impact Investing Conference focusing on Emerging Markets in Oxford on the 10th June 2016.
Can Impact Investing truly seek to address social and environmental concerns in emerging markets while simultaneously achieving expected financial returns? If so, how?
Join us for a stimulating 1 day conference on Impact Investing in Emerging Markets – Bridging the Gap between Aid & Investment on 10 June 2016 at Said Business School, University of Oxford as we share and explore some of the key themes and challenges at the core of Impact Investing in emerging markets.
Themes to be covered will include: exits, financial returns, impact reporting, innovative financing and geographic considerations by a selection of high quality speakers, moderators and panellists all of whom are experienced practitioners engaged in emerging markets, impact investing and private equity.
In addition, there will be ample opportunities for effective networking in between the sessions and a networking drinks reception scheduled at the end of the day.
All AVPN member organisations can benefit from a 10% discount when they reference the following code when registering:PIIC-01
Full event details are available here on our BROCHURE and if you wish to attend the event, REGISTRATION is available here. If you have any additional enquiries or require registration support, please feel free to contact Derrick or Alyssia from our Training & Events team.
Saïd Business School, University of Oxford have their own executive Impact Investing and Private Equity Programmes. Each year our programmes are refreshed with up-to-date research produced by the Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurshipand the Private Equity Institute, two specialist research centres focusing on the areas of social innovation, social finance and private equity.
Our corporate partner rate of 15% will be extended to all EMPEA member organisations and industry network partners who send 3 or more participants on our executive programmes. To find out more about our executive finance programmes please contact Bradford Peaston, Business Development Manager via email: Bradford.Peaston@sbs.ox.ac.uk or directly on+44 (0) 1865 422747.