Impact investing is growing fast but greenwashing is increasing due to lack of regulatory oversight. Crawford brings his 25 years of experience in micro finance and the capital markets to this discussion of the World Bank’s newly launched operating principles designed to reduce greenwashing in the impact investing landscape.
Keefe shows how integrating global social and environmental policies that support better education for women and girls can potentially add trillions of dollars to economic growth.
Hinchcliff explains how the Conference, now in its 5th year, helps women in finance develop partnerships with investors as stewards of family wealth. Keynote speakers span the generations of activist women leaders who are addressing the most pressing financial and social issues.
Kaufman talks about how incorporating behavioral finance principles with impact investing advice can strengthen client relationships with family offices and foundations. She especially likes working with women who are stewards of family wealth.
After two decades integrating impact and values-driven purpose into equity and fixed income portfolio strategies for entrepreneurs, foundations and family offices, Lear is a man on a mission: using public and private capital market funding to help his clients achieve sustainable investment goals.
Kayembe, a female futurist and serial entrepreneur who works on projects at the intersection of women, technology and social impact, tells us how her company advises female founders on scaling their businesses, raising capital and seizing opportunities that the male-centered investment ecosystem is unprepared to understand.
Learn how Pan Sloane and her team build public-private partnerships with professional asset management firms to fund development in the UN Least Developed Countries (LDCs).
Dreizler shares her 15-year journey to merging her business operations expertise with her passion for sustainable investing.
Henderson brings her 40 years of foresight, insight, and integrity to a discussion of the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Karp, founder and CEO of Cornerstone Capital, and advisor to the UN Global Compact, the Clinton Global Initiative and the World Economic Forum, is passionate about UN Sustainable Development Goal #16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions. In this podcast she talks about how she incorporates Goal #16 into all her portfolio strategies.
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