Journey To Impact: Implementing a 100% Responsible Investing Objective

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  • July 23rd, 2020, 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM
  • Country: Online, Singapore


Journey To Impact: Implementing a 100% Responsible Investing Objective

Thursday 23 July, 3:00 pm SGT

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Aligning a foundation’s endowment with the values, principles and focus areas that guide its grant making brings more opportunity for impact, but barriers remain to understanding, accepting and embarking on this ‘Journey to Impact’.

Join us for this webinar that traces the journey of the Australian Communities Foundation, as it transitioned to 100% responsible investment of its endowment.

Foundation CEO Maree Sidey, board director Adam Milgrom and investment manager Tim Macready will unpack the decisions and processes that culminated in a 100% responsible investing objective.

SPEAKERS
Adam Milgrom

Adam is a commercial strategist, investor and advisor with a proven track record in consumer marketing and technology. He has a passion for innovation and social impact and is committed to helping organisations increase their positive impact.

Adam is a Director and member of the Investment Committee for Australian Communities Foundation, a member of the Besen Family Foundation Investment Committee as well as managing the investment portfolio for his Family Office.

Maree Sidey

Australian Communities Foundation is a community of giving, powered by a courageous ambition: a fairer and more sustainable Australia. As a broker of change we connect those who can give with the people and organisations leading the way.

Prior to this role, Maree spent twenty years working in the For-Purpose sector including family services, youth mental health, and drug and alcohol organisations.

Tim Macready

Tim has more than 15 years of experience in financial services and 10 years of experience in impact investing. As Chief Investment Officer, Tim has designed and implemented the investment strategy for Christian Super’s $1.4bn investment portfolio while building Christians Super’s world-leading Impact Investment capability.

He serves as Chair of the UN PRI Environment & Social Themed Investments Working Group and is involved with various strands of the Global Impact Investing Network, the world’s leading body for Impact Investing. He is frequently sought after to speak and be involved with Impact Investment initiatives, and has been a prominent figure in the development of the responsible investment and impact investment field in Australia.

In addition to sitting on multiple boards across business and the not-for-profit sector, he holds a Bachelor of Commerce in Actuarial Studies and a Masters in Divinity, as well as being a Certified Investment Management Analyst and RG146 compliant in Superannuation.