5th Annual Impact Investing Symposium Series
The Olin Business School and Brown School of Social Work are excited to present the Midwest’s leading impact investing conference. Join fellow professionals, academics, and students to learn about this growing industry and opportunities to accelerate positive change by leveraging capital for good. There is a role for all types of organizations in this conversation – asset managers, financial advisors, public and private corporations, community members and organizations, philanthropists and foundations.
Have you ever wondered…
I’ve heard so many terms: ESG, SRI, Impact Investing. What do they all mean?
What does impact look like in a portfolio of public equities? How do these fund balance impact and financial return?
How can I better reflect my values or clients’ values in an investment strategy? How do I invest with a racial equity lens?
I really want to keep my investment dollars within the people I know. How can I help uplift my community?
COVID-19 is reshaping our world. How is it changing the impact investing space?
Find the answers to these questions and more at the 5th Annual Impact Investing Symposium Series.
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Program and Speaker Details
October 2 - Impact Investing 101 & Building an Impact Portfolio
Our first session in the series provides an introduction to the impact investing landscape, a dynamic and growing field within investing. The second panel will provide insight into three distinct impact strategies. Managers will share how they think about constructing an impact-focused portfolio including the challenges and benefits, how data supports decision making, and performance reporting.
October 23 - Investing with a Racial Equity Lens & Innovative Financing Solutions
8:00am CST - Investing with a Racial Equity Lens
November 13 - Impact Investing in Emerging Markets & Place-based Investing
8:00am CST - Impact Investing in Emerging Markets
December 11 - COVID-19 and Impact Investing
Mike Eggleston, Senior Community Development Advisor, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis