PART I : CONTEXTUALIZING & STRATEGIZING YOUR INVESTMENT
Core Subject : Sustainable finance
Difficulty : Foundational
Length : Approximately 2-3 hours
Course Access Period : 90 days
Price : $35
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There is an incredible, rapidly growing movement to understand how the private sector can contribute to serving the needs of underserved communities around the globe. As more and more investors begin to make investments to intentionally generate positive, measurable social and environmental impact alongside a financial return, there is a need to build familiarity in the mechanics and implications of having investments that balance risk, return, and impact as part of a portfolio. This course is the first of a two-part series that guides new impact investors through the impact investment process and teaches investors how to develop a unique approach to impact investing. By the end of the course series, you will be better prepared to seize the opportunities that impact investing presents.
This is Part I of a two-part series designed to guide new impact investors through the impact investment process. Take Part II of the course series here.
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Director of Impact Partners, Impact Investment Exchange (IIX)
Bennett leads the Impact Partners private placement platform and works with enterprises through technical assistance to advise on capital raising. Before joining IIX, he spent 4 years with the Lloyds of London insurance market underwriting trade and political risk, and 6 years structuring commodity trade financing loans with various banks including the Australia and New Zealand Banking Group. Bennett has also published in peer-reviewed journals, having spent 2 years as a visiting researcher with the Asia Pacific Centre for Environmental Law at the National University of Singapore researching food security in Southeast Asia. Bennett holds a Masters in Finance from the Singapore Management University, and a BA (Hons I) in Anthropology from Sydney University. He is currently pursuing a Masters in Environmental Management at the National University of Singapore.
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