8-9 OCTOBER, 2018



The Impact Summit is GSG’s annual meeting of sector leaders and practitioners from our global network. The Summit will take place on 8th-9th October, 2018, with side workshops on 7th and 10th October.

Plenaries and breakout sessions will focus on priorities, key action areas, and milestones to take impact investment to the global tipping point by 2020. Topics and speakers will be shared here as they are confirmed.

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09.00-11.00 SF-IND Board Meeting (by invitation only)
11.00-13.00 SF Global Network Meet (by invitation only)
11.00-13.00 Knowledge Sharing: Impact Wholesaler (by invitation only)
12.30-18.30 Prabhav - IIC (by invitation only)
14.00-17.00 NAB Workshop (by invitation only)
15.00-18.00 GSG Trustees' Board Meeting (by invitation only)
19.00-21.00 Inaugural Dinner (by invitation only)
08:00-09:00 Breakfast & Registrations

Welcome and Opening Plenary: The Power of Impact

The power of impact is evident everywhere.

From the portfolios of leading investors, to the decisions of entrepreneurs and businesses, to the choices of individual consumers, and the policies of government leaders, social and environmental impact are becoming integral parts of our decision making. We are on the cusp of an impact revolution.

How do we accelerate this revolution? How do we leverage the opportunities it is creating for our markets, our economies, and our shared future? How is it already reshaping our world?

This October 8-9, 2018, in New Delhi, India, the Global Steering Group for Impact Investment (GSG) will host its 4th annual Impact Summit, bringing together impact leaders from more than 50 countries to mobilize the power of impact across the world.

Join us in India this fall. Together, we will unleash the power of impact.

- Kickoff & Welcome Address

Tracy Palandjian (Social Finance US)
Geeta Goel (Michael & Susan Dell Foundation)

- Theme Address: The Power of Impact

Sir Ronald Cohen (The Global Steering Group for Impact Investment)

- State of the Impact Movement

Amit Bhatia (The Global Steering Group for Impact Investment)

- New NABs Admission Ceremony: Flag Planting

10:00-10:30 Networking Break

Supply Plenary Sessions:

The current global impact capital base of $230 billion is growing rapidly. This supply is led by Pension Funds & Insurance Companies (32% collectively) and Development Finance Institutions or DFIs (19%). However, Banks & Diversified Financial Institutions (15%), HNWIs/Family Offices (10%), Retail (8%) and Philanthropies (7%) account for another 40%. Sovereign Wealth Funds and Universities have yet to deeply engage in this work.However, it is estimated that the world needs $2.5 trillion annually to just attain the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals). Clearly, we still need to unlock new and significant pools of capital.

- Keynote: Impact and Public Money

Julie Katzman (Inter-American Development Bank)

- Keynote: Impact and Private Money

David Blood (Generation Investment Management)

- Panel Discussion: The New Investment Allocation Paradigm

Moderator: Imogen Rose-Smith (Institutional Investor)
Panelists: Darren Walker (Ford Foundation), Nick O’Donohoe (CDC Group), Amit Bouri (GIIN)
Asset allocation and modern portfolio theory drives most investment decision-making. Wealth advisors, institutional consultants, and indeed the financial markets themselves are driven by asset allocation. As we move closer to Tipping Point 2020, how does impact reshape traditional thinking on portfolio construction? And in turn, how will the incorporation of impact ultimately affect investment decision-making among a range of stakeholders? Our plenary session will discuss and deliberate on the new investment allocation paradigm.

Supply Breakout Sessions:

The current global impact capital base of $230 billion is growing rapidly. This supply is led by Pension Funds & Insurance Companies (32% collectively) and Development Finance Institutions or DFIs (19%). However, Banks & Diversified Financial Institutions (15%), HNWIs/Family Offices (10%), Retail (8%) and Philanthropies (7%) account for another 40%. Sovereign Wealth Funds and Universities have yet to deeply engage in this work.However, it is estimated that the world needs $2.5 trillion annually to just attain the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals). Clearly, we still need to unlock new and significant pools of capital.

- Focus Plenary I: Integrating Impact in Institutional Portfolios

Moderator: David Bank (Impact Alpha)
Panelists: Anna Snider (Bank of America), Uli Grabenwarter (European Investment Fund), David Bohigian (OPIC), Sir Harvey McGrath (Big Society Capital)
Institutional LPs -- Corporate Institutional Investors (Banks, Insurers and Pensions), Impact Wholesalers and DFIs -- will be important leaders in the push for Tipping Point because of their size and sophistication. The institutional adoption will directly depend on their ability to integrate impact into their portfolios? What impact measurement and management techniques can they adopt? Who is best positioned to lead this shift inside these institutions: the Chief Executive Officer, Chief Investment Officer, or the Chief Impact Officer?

- Focus Plenary II: Pension Funds & Insurance Companies: The Next Frontier

Moderator: Sophie Robe (Phenix Capital)
Panelists: Ommeed Sathe (Prudential Finance), Eric Wetlaufer (TMX Group Inc)
Pensions, Mutual Funds, and Insurance account for two-thirds of all global assets under management, estimated at $79 trillion. They have deep market defining power through their allocation mechanisms. Should they take on market development and unlock wholesale capital? Does their charter and fiduciary role allow that? How can they embrace a higher-risk catalytic role while honoring their fiduciary responsibility?

- Expert Roundtable: Priority Initiative: Education in India, Africa & the Middle East

Dr. Shannon May (Bridge International Academies
Moderator: Emily Gustafsson-Wright (Brookings Institution)
Panelists: Safeena Husain (Educate Girls), Amel Karboul (The Education Outcomes Fund for Africa and The Middle East), Ashish Dhawan (Central Square Foundation & Social Finance India)
Education has been universally recognized as an effective means to break the cycle of poverty and improve lives. However, while $2.5trillion is spent on education worldwide, impact capital accounts for just $3 million. Moreover, only 3 percent of AUM account for the education sector as compared to 21 percent in microfinance and 11 percent in energy. What’s keeping impact investors away? How can we incentivize innovation or entrepreneurial activity to close education attainment gaps through impact investing?

- Expert Roundtable: Regional Showcase: Impact Investment Opportunities in Latin America

Moderator: Angelica Zegers (Impacta Chile)
Panelists: Alejandro Preusche (LIFF Task Force), Beto Scretas (Instituto de Cidadania Empresarial (ICE)), Andreas Eggenberg (Grupo Ecos), Rodrigo Villar (New Ventures)
The impact investment space in Latin America has gained momentum in the past decade. There are increasingly longer-term commitments by individual investors, DFIs, foundations, governments, and institutional investors to catalyze greater flows of capital by improving access, affordability, and availability. But more needs to be done for impact investments to have a positive impact in the region. What are the emerging opportunities in Latin America that can be leveraged by investors?

- Expert Roundtable: Donor Capital and Outcome-based Approaches

Moderator: Tracy Palandjian (Social Finance US)
Panelists: Yaron Neudorfer (Social Finance Israel), Mario Calderini (Politecnico di Milano), Maya Ziswiler (UBS Optimus Foundation), Isabel Mota (Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation)
Philanthropic investments in social and development impact bonds offer an intriguing way to influence impact at scale using scarce, grant capital. What have we learned from the first efforts to design these tools, and how can we structure the most innovative and impactful outcomes-based funding opportunities in the future? What are we expecting from the world’s first few outcome funds at scale?

- Expert Roundtable: Working Group Updates & Insights: Building Impact Wholesalers

Moderator: Cliff Prior (Big Society Capital)
Panelists: Chul Woo Moon (Sungkyunkwan University), Masataka Uo (Japan Fundraising Association), Susan de Witt (Bertha Centre for Social Innovation & Entrepreneurship), Silvia Manca (European Investment Fund)
Many countries are looking at how they can speed up and scale up the development of their impact investment ecosystem. One route is the creation of an impact investment wholesaler. Pioneer wholesalers have boosted impact investment in their countries, building a market which goes far beyond their direct activity, developing strong intermediary structures and connecting capital to the social enterprises - all to achieve greater impact. This GSG report will help more countries design and launch wholesalers which are appropriate to their starting point and goals, as well as helping existing wholesalers to improve their work. The roundtable is aimed at stakeholders who are at any stage of considering or already supporting a wholesaler, based on models and data available to date.

- Expert Roundtable: DFIs: Embedding Impact in Development

Moderator: Laurie Spengler (Enclude)
Panelists: Eriko Ishikawa (IFC), Christine Engstrom (Asian Development Bank), Mark Peters (USAID), Gavin McGillivray (DFID)
Development finance institutions (DFIs) provide nearly one-quarter of the global impact capital base; that $43 billion represents one-third of the $146 billion spent by DFIs annually. What models have emerged for embedding impact in DFI funding? How can DFIs ensure their capital is catalytic for the Impact space? Is DFI capital taking adequate risk? What new mechanisms (e.g., DIB Funds, First Loss Capital, Blended Finance) can they embrace? Will they lead the impact movement just like they led global economic development?

Lunch with Speakers

- Private Lunch: Michael & Susan Dell Foundation (by invitation only)
- Private Lunch: Bertelsmann-Stiftung (by invitation only)
14:00 -15:00

Demand Plenary Sessions:

As the impact investment ecosystem matures, it becomes imperative to examine business models that have absorbed the most impact capital and the manner in which this capital has been put to use to create real impact. This session will examine how demand for impact capital has influenced the overall growth of the impact ecosystem, and what is needed now to continue the momentum.

- Keynote: Impact Entrepreneurs to the Fore

Dr. Shannon May (Bridge International Academy)

- Keynote: Big Business & Impact

Sunil Kant Munjal (Hero Corporate Service Ltd.)

- Panel Discussion: Identifying the “Impact Unicorns"

Kshama Fernandes (Northern Arc)
Moderator: Stephan Chambers (Marshall Institute for Philanthropy and Social Entrepreneurship at the London School of Economics)
Panelists: Dr. Devi Shetty (Narayana Health), Cheryl L. Dorsey (Echoing Green), Reema Nanavaty (SEWA)
Many enterprises today have “impact” interwoven in the very fabric of their operating model. But they need support, nurturing, and acceleration from the impact investing ecosystem — the investment community, the corporate, government, and the impact enterprise community —if they are to drive the impact economies of the future. What does this support look like, and how can impact entrepreneurs at all stages connect with these resources?

Demand Breakout Sessions:

As the impact investment ecosystem matures, it becomes imperative to examine business models that have absorbed the most impact capital and the manner in which this capital has been put to use to create real impact. This session will examine how demand for impact capital has influenced the overall growth of the impact ecosystem, and what is needed now to continue the momentum.

- Focus Plenary I: Regional Showcase: Impact Investment Opportunities in Africa

Moderator: Mohamed Amersi (Amersi Foundation)
Panelists: Vikas Bali (Intellecap), Elias Masilela (DNA Economics), Hamdiya Ismail (Ghana Venture Capital Trust Fund), Nicola Galombik (Yellowwoods Investments)
With an increase in demand for impact capital, and a growing impact enterprise ecosystem, the impact investment market in Africa is expected to be worth around USD 307 Billion by 2020. However, the continent needs billions annually to deliver on the SDGs and the African Union’s Agenda 2063, and the demand for investments often outstrips the supply of investible enterprises. What are the impact investment sector’s local and regional goals? Where is the greatest need for developmental and impact capital? How can African institutional capital be attracted into impact enterprises alongside external sources like DFIs?

- Focus Plenary II: South Asia Impact Entrepreneurs: The Secrets of Success

Moderator: Pramod Bhasin (Genpact)
Panelists: Runa Khan (Friendship), Chetna Gala Sinha (Mann Deshi Bank & Mann Deshi Foundation)
The growth of impact entrepreneurship in India and Southeast Asia has been phenomenal. What has driven its growth, and what challenges remain? What are the impact investment sector’s local and regional goals?

- Expert Roundtable: Priority Initiative: Investing in Refugees

Jane Newman (Social Finance UK)
Moderator: Nicola Cobbold (The Global Steering Group for Impact Investment)
Panelists: Giovanna Melandri (Human Foundation), Mika Pyykko (Finnish Innovation Fund Sitra), Sean Hinton (Open Society Foundation)
The global refugee crisis presents enormous challenges to national governments and multilateral institutions, but can impact investing play a role in meeting their needs? Nations must act quickly to provide a wide range of services – integration, healthcare, housing and education – all of which could be suited to impact investments. Refugees are seeking security and economic opportunity, while host nations prize social stability. Can we bridge those demands through impact investing?

- Expert Roundtable: Unlocking Capital for Early-Stage Impact Entrepreneurs

Moderator: Cathy Clark (Fuqua School of Business)
Panelists: Chris Jurgens (Omidyar Network), Rajeev Kher (3S India ), Allie Burns (Village Capital), Drew Von Glahn (World Bank)
Early-stage impact entrepreneurs are on the road from ‘validation’ to ‘scale-ups.’ What sources of capital are most attractive and most abundant for early-stage entrepreneurs, and what are the strategies for unlocking them? How do those strategies change based on a company’s vision or goals? And what technical assistance is required to move these enterprises along the growth spectrum?

- Expert Roundtable: How Can Blockchain Change Access to Impact Capital?

Moderator: Aunnie Patton Power (Intelligent Impact)
Panelists: Shaun Conway (IXO Foundation), Raphael Mazet (Alice), Chi Nnadi (Sela Technologies), Athena YU (Binance Blockchain Charity Foundation)
What are the opportunities and challenges for leveraging blockchain to increase access to impact capital? What is the current status? Where are the gaps? Have replicable models being identified? What do we need to do to make it mainstream? How will blockchain drive impact entrepreneurship?

- Expert Roundtable: GSG Working Group Updates & Insights: Widening and Deepening the Market

Moderator: Rosemary Addis (Impact Strategist)
Panelists: Benjamin Hebborn (Bertelsmann Stiftung), Adam Wolfensohn (Encourage Capital), Urmi Sengupta (MacArthur Foundation), David Woods (Impact Enterprise Fund)
What is needed to open the field of impact investment? This paper will help explain what needs to happen to mobilise capital and activity that will take impact investment from billions to trillions and scale impact on the ground. It focuses on the breakthrough actions and interventions that can take the whole system to a tipping point. This session will be useful to those already active who want to see impact investing reach its potential for scale and include practical guidance for different actors from banks to corporates to those driving new solutions.

- Expert Roundtable: GSG Working Group Updates & Insights: Developing R&D-based Impact Enterprises

Moderator: Antonio Miguel (MAZE)
Panelists: Elli Booch (The Edmond de Rothschild Foundation), Manoj Kumar (TATA Trusts), Mehrdad Baghai (Alchemy Growth)
In what ways are tech and Impact moving closer together and how can this be facilitated? This report will explore the ways in which tech generates impact, and outline the different stages of development for impactful ventures, from R&D to maturity. It will map the key elements of support needed at different maturity stages and showcase some of the best support offered at each of these stages. It will provide recommendation to support ventures on how to leverage tech for impact. This is for anyone involved in or interested in the journey faced by those enterprises leading the impact revolution.
16:30-17:00 Networking Break

Evening Plenary: Launch of Impact Funds, Working Group Showcase, Fireside Chat: Impact Journeys & GSG Honors

- Launch of GSG Impact Funds
Ronald Cohen (The Global Steering Group for Impact Investment), Dr. Rajiv Lall (IDFC Bank), Ashish Dhawan (Central Square Foundation), Alejandro Preusche (LIFF Task Force), Dr. Amel Karboul (The Education Outcomes Fund for Africa and the Middle East)- Showcase: GSG Working Groups
Ronald Cohen (The Global Steering Group for Impact Investment), Cliff Prior (Big Society Capital), Michele Giddens (Bridges Fund Management), Rosemary Addis (Australian Advisory Board on Impact Investing), Lorenzo Bernasconi (Rockefeller Foundation)
-Fireside Chat: Impact Journeys:
Join the most recognizable global leaders in the impact space as they discuss their personal journeys, their definition and vision of impact, and how they view the power of the movement. The fireside chat will be a conversation on how we can further shape the impact movement and how each of us can contribute to -- and benefit from -- its momentum.
- GSG Honors
GSG Honors is the annual awards presentation from GSG to reward and recognize the outstanding individuals and organizations who help develop our field. GSG will honor the recipients in four categories:
● IMPACT ASSET OWNER OF THE YEAR: Honor for asset owners directing their capital to impact, including institutional investors, philanthropies, high net-worth individuals, family offices, corporations, banks, governments, and development-finance institutions.
● IMPACT ENTREPRENEUR OF THE YEAR: Honor for leaders with catalytic impact on lives and/or planet through profit-with-purpose companies (social enterprises), non-government organizations, or non-profit social service providers with earned-income models.
● IMPACT ASSET MANAGER OF THE YEAR: Honor for impact fund managers and other banks, dealmakers, or intermediaries placing and/or allocating impact capital.
● IMPACT MARKET BUILDER OF THE YEAR: Honor for infrastructure, knowledge, or field development for policy advocates, professional services providers (such as research, advising, consulting, or impact measurement), government agencies, media outlets, or an individual.
18:30- 21:00 Reception and Dinner

Breakfast & Registrations


Policy and Field Development Plenary

- Welcome and Recap of Day One

Meg Massey (The Global Steering Group for Impact Investment)

- GSG Millennial Honors

PR Ganapathy (Villgro)
Millennials are often hailed as the torch-bearers of the impact movement. An E&Y survey recently showed that 84% of millennials wish to engage in sustainable investments -- and they are inheriting $30 trillion in wealth. What will their ascent mean for the movement?
GSG Millennial Honors:
GSG Millennial Honors celebrates the values and actions of the next generation -- and the hope they carry for the impact economies of the future.

- Panel: SDGs as a Bridge to Impact Economies

Marcos Vinicius de Souza (Brazil MDIC)
Tom Le Quesne (UK Government Inclusive Economy Unit)
Moderator: Vivek Pandit (McKinsey & Co)
Panelists: Amitabh Kant (NITI Aayog), Sebastian Welisiejko (Argentine Ministry of Social Development)
What do the impact economies of the future look like and how can we shape them? Should these nascent markets seek regulation? Will standardization and legislative classification of impact actors smooth international impact capital flows or could it hinder innovation? How can the private and public sector partner so that governments are also market participants and market facilitators, and not just market regulators?

- Panel: Meeting the Challenge of Impact Measurement

Moderator: Clara Barby (Bridges Fund Management)
Panelists: Vikram Gandhi (Asha Impact), Maryanne Hancock (Rise Labs), Anubha Shrivastava (LGT Impact), David Hutchison (Social Finance UK)
What are the emerging impact measurement standards, and how do we separate the wheat from the chaff? How can the Impact Management Project and other such conventions be practically used to quantify and compare impact between different opportunities, products and funds. What role does technology play in this? Can we reach a point where we can compare like with like? How do we integrate new technologies and new measurement standards? How should we approach data collection for measurement and how should this be balanced with privacy concerns?
11:00-11:30 Networking Break

Headline Keynote: Our Impact, Our Future

Our people and our planet share a future -- one that can feel precarious. How can impact investing reshape our world for the better? The legendary Al Gore will reflect on why social and environmental impact are interrelated, why the shift to impact economies is more urgent than ever, and how we are all part of the power of impact.

Intermediation in Impact Investment Plenary

- Keynote: Impact Investment in Emerging Markets

Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein (LGT Group)

- Keynote: Impact Investment as a Driver for Systemic Change

Phyllis Costanza (UBS Optimus Foundation)

- Panel: Optimizing Risk, Return, and Impact

Moderator: Ross Piper (Christian Super)
Panelists: Roopa Kudva (Omidyar Network), Andy Kuper (Leapfrog Investments), Vineet Rai (Aavishkaar), Michele Giddens (Bridges Fund Management)
The integration of impact into investment decisions has begun. As the field develops, we will be able to empirically challenge traditional capital market theories. Can impact perpetually drive profit and never impede it? Can we consistently optimize risk, return, and impact to maximize stakeholder value? Will intermediaries, who have been important champions of the impact movement, showcase how these tradeoffs behave in the markets? Can our evidence base shape a new impact capital market theory?

Lunch with Speakers

- Private Lunch: European NABs (by invitation only)
- Private Lunch: MacArthur Climate Finance (by invitation only)

Intermediation in Impact Investment Breakout Sessions

- Focus Plenary I: Regional Showcase: Impact Investment Opportunities in India

Moderator: Eric Savage (Unitus Capital)
Panelists: Gayathri Vasudevan (LabourNet), Dr. Rajiv Lall (IDFC Bank), R Venkataramanan (TATA Trusts), Pavithra YS (Vindhya),
Impact investing in India has grown to be a billion-dollar-a-year industry with a potential to grow 20 to 25 percent a year. The sector is now focused on scaling new models of impact which will call for unlocking additional sources of capital. Can intermediaries play a role in bringing mainstream banks and brokers to move capital to scale and foster innovation? What steps have been taken so far to advance a common language around social metrics and standards? Who is driving the metrics in the Indian markets?

- Focus Plenary II: Priority Initiative: Why Gender-Lens Investing Matters

Moderator: Bonnie Chiu (The Social Investment Consultancy)
Panelists: Tina Porou (Poipoia), Shuichi Ohno (Sasakawa Peace Foundation), Elena Casolari (OPES-LCEF Foundation), Carmen Correa (Pro Mujer)
Investment strategies that seek to intentionally and measurably address gender disparities and/or examine gender dynamics to better inform investment decisions are gaining ground. Are there proven thematic strategies and demonstrable measurable outcomes in emerging markets? How can we integrate the gender lens into diligence, enterprise support, portfolio construction, and portfolio management?

- Expert Roundtable: Standardizing Impact Measurement: The Way Forward

Moderator: Michael Etzel (Bridges Fund Management)
Panelists: Priscilla Boiardi (EVPA), Filipe Santos (INSEAD), Harvey Koh (FSG), Elizabeth Boggs-Davidsen (UNDP)
As impact enterprises scale their operations, it is essential to continuously measure and track how lives are impacted. One way to do this is to embrace technology in order to help with continuous monitoring and evaluation. Can the intermediaries drive the measurement wave, demanding standard metrics from entrepreneurs? How should intermediaries respond to cost-benefit discussions around impact measurement?

- Expert Roundtable: Innovation in Retail & Wholesale Impact Products

Moderator: Patricia Chu (AVPN)
Panelists: Cyrille Langendorff (Crédit Coopératif), Govind Sankaranarayanan (Social Finance India), Sally McCutchan ( Impact Investing Australia)
Most impact investing products so far have been geared towards high net worth individuals and institutional investors. Community or cooperative banks have existed for decades; however, the costs in time and money have limited the set of impact investing products available for retail investors. How can we democratize impact investment and make it accessible to retail customers? What are the products in the market? What are the lessons learnt so far? How can impact investing be made easy -- or simply easier -- for retail investors?

- Expert Roundtable: Impact Investment Intermediaries: Boosting Numbers and Capacities

Moderator: Adva Saldinger (DEVEX)
Panelists: Don Hinkle-Brown (Reinvestment Fund), Dave Richards (Capria), Farhad Reza (Build Bangladesh), Audrey Selian (Rianta Capital)
Do intermediaries have a theory of change that responds to the market realities of deal flow, size, duration, returns, and exits? Are Funds able to keep a mission-lock on their strategy and execute it relentlessly? What have we learnt from Funds raising their 3rd, 4th, or 5th Fund successfully? Where are impact markets the deepest in terms of recurring success: geographically, thematically, or stage of play?

- Expert Roundtable: GSG Working Group Updates & Insights: Creating Innovative Impact Products

Moderator: Lorenzo Bernasconi (Rockefeller Foundation)
Panelists: Maha Keramane (BNP Paribas), Brace Young (Arabesque), Nishith Desai (Nishith Desai Associates), Carolien de Bruin (C-Change)
Where has financial innovation revealed ingrained breakdowns or areas of friction in today’s efforts to mainstream SDG investment? This report looks at the failures of product and impact along the value chain for individuals and organisations in the mainstream “investment value chain” figuring out whether and how to shift their portfolios towards sustainability. It is also for enabling entities -- including standard-setters, regulators, and funders -- that are critical to unlocking capital for such products and ensuring market integrity along the way.

- Expert Roundtable: GSG Working Group Updates & Insights: Evidence-based Policy and Advocacy

Moderator: Michele Giddens (Bridges Fund Management)
Panelists: Karen Wilson (OECD), Brigitte Mohn (Bertelsmann Stiftung), Sophie Maysonnave (French Ministry for Europe & Foreign Affairs), Jonathan Wong (UNESCAP)
What are the most powerful tools policy makers can use to ignite the impact investment ecosystem? This report focuses on the role of government in the impact investment ecosystem and highlights how policy making across the NABs has been catalytical. The report’s aim is to facilitate effective knowledge exchange and provide informed and strategic recommendations on potential next steps. This session is predominantly for policy makers, government officials and those that influence and support them, as they seek to build a thriving impact investment ecosystem in their respective countries.

Closing Plenary: The Impact Revolution



10.00-12.00 GSG Annual General Meeting of Members (All NABs) (by invitation only)
09.00-17.00 UNESCAP-British Council Policy Workshop (by invitation only)
09.00-12.30 IMP Workshop on Impact Measurement & Management (by invitation only)
  EVPA Workshop on Leveraging Corporate Assets for Impact


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