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 firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Once an investor has finished the first planning and preparatory phase in the impact investment process, what comes next? What are some of the key considerations when investing? What are the best practices for managing impact investments and exits? And most importantly, how do you invest while balancing risk, return, and impact? Part II of the course series explores the key considerations when executing your impact investing strategy and understanding how to maximize your effectiveness as an impact investor. By the end of the course series, you will be better prepared to seize the opportunities that impact investing presents.
This is Part II of a two-part series designed to guide new impact investors through the impact investment process. Take the Part I of the course series here.
- – Learn how to execute an impact investing plan – from evaluating impact enterprises to identifying critical clauses in term sheets
- – Understand how to manage risks and growth of an investment
- – Walk through a real case example and explore other aspects to being an effective ecosystem player beyond the financial components
Who should enroll?
- – Investors – including institutional investors, family offices, foundations – that manage asset allocation, investment strategy, risk and operations
- – Finance professionals interested in generating deep and sustainable impact through investments and gaining actionable insights into the impact investment process
- – Consultants or intermediaries who want to deepen their understanding of sustainable investing in practice
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: Making Your Investment
Module 2: Managing Your Investment
Module 3: Case Study: Krakakoa
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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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.