Our CEO Kurt Hoffman at Environmental Finance’s 2012 Impact Investing conference

Kurt Hoffman will be moderating a panel discussion on ‘Collaborations and Partnerships’ at Environmental Finance‘s ‘Impact Investing 2012’ conference on the 4th October in London. The day-long conference will analyse and debate the most effective ways for investors to generate environmental, social and financial returns, and will also feature a keynote address from Lord Fink, Chief Executive Officer of ISAM.

The Institute ran a series of seminars on investing for impact in 2011 (the results of which you can see on our website here) and this topic is one of Kurt’s key areas of expertise, developed over the eleven years he spent first as architect and then as Director of the Shell Foundation.  To coincide with this year’s London Alumni Reunion starting on the 17th of October, the Institute will also be running a day-long ‘Deep Dive’ course that will provide an in-depth exploration of donor collaboration and partnerships.

To read more about the conference, please click here. Environmental Finance have generously offered a 30% discount for members of the TPW alumni network. For more details about how to claim this discount, please contact Daisy Wakefield on +44 (0)20 7240 0262 or contact@instituteforphilanthropy.org

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