Core Subject: Sustainable finance
Length: Approximately 2-3 hours
- – Self-guided course
- – Readings
- – Assessments
- – IIX Institute digital credential
Course Access Period: 90 days
Group rates available. Contact email@example.com for more info.
Raising capital is one thing, closing the deal is another. And while the process is difficult, it is one of the most critical points in the capital raise process. Having closed over 75 deals and unlocking nearly US$300 million in investment capital and follow-on investments, this course shares the exclusive insights and key tips from IIX’s +12 years of experience with impact enterprises to ensure your closing is efficient.
In the final part of the Capital Raise Series, learn about:
- – The transaction process necessary to close a round of fundraising and how to avoid the most common mistakes in capital raise
- – How to understand your investor and maintain a positive relationship
- – Real-world case studies of successful capital raise of high-impact enterprises in Asia
This is Part III of a three-part series that supports impact enterprises and entrepreneurs through the capital raise process. Click here to explore Part I and Part II of the course series.
Who should enroll?
- – Entrepreneurs wanting to best navigate the impact investment space effectively and gain the know-how to scale their business
- – Early Career Investors as well as experienced financial professionals eager to learn about the capital raise process unique to impact investing
- – Corporate professionals, foundations & non-profits interested in gaining a foundational understanding of capital raise to effectively participate in the rapidly growing impact investing space
Learn from the most recognized innovators in the space
Jumpstart your career in sustainability and discover new answers to old problems
Learn anytime, anywhere with unimitated access for 90 days
Earn a verified digital credential from the IIX Institute that can be used as evidence of knowledge acquired
Module 1: Exploring the Transaction Process
Module 2: Common Mistakes to Avoid
Module 3: Understanding the Investor
Module 4: Impact Investing for Impact Enterprises
Module 5: Capital Raise Case Studies
Professor Robert Kraybill
CIO and Managing Director, Impact Investment Exchange (IIX)
Prof. Robert Kraybill has over 20 years in the traditional capital markets as an advisor and investor, where he was the previous head of Asian private equity for Marathon Asset Management and ex-head of investment banking, Asia ex-Japan, for Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein. Kraybill began his career at Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse. Prof. Kraybill leads all of IIX’s portfolio management activities, notably the launch of IIX’s first Women’s Livelihood Bond™ and is leading the team developing the $150 million Women’s Livelihood Bond™ Series and the Women’s Catalyst Fund™. Prof. Kraybill has also lectured on M&A as an Adjunct Professor at the Singapore Management University (SMU). Prof. Kraybill received his B.A. magna cum laude from Princeton University and his J.D. summa cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania.
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How long can I access the course for?
You can access all course content for 90 days from the date of purchase. If you do not complete the course in that period, contact our team at firstname.lastname@example.org for extensions.
How do I get the IIX Institute digital credential for this online course?
Upon passing the final assessment (minimum score 70%), you will receive a digital credential from the IIX Institute.