Philanthropy and impact investing video interviews
View video interviews with the individual philanthropy debate participants to find out how:
• social impact bonds are structured and when they are launching;
• foundations and family offices are looking to work with governments to solve social issues;
• impact investing will boost the microfinance industry;
• private banks and asset managers are developing impact investing products and platforms.
|What do we need in terms of infrastructure to support the growth of impact investing?
Associate director at the Rockefeller Foundation Margot Brandenburg
|What kind of interest in impact investing are seeing from wealthy families and individuals?
Founding principal and CEO of Veris Wealth Partners Patricia Farrar-Rivas
|Why has the private banking industry been slow to embrace impact investing?
Head of philanthropy and values-based investing at UBS Mario Marconi
|What led Morgan Stanley to launch its impact investing platform last month?
Head of global sustainable finance at Morgan Stanley Audrey Choi
|Why is impact investing so important in the current economic climate?
CEO Non-profit Finance Fund, GIIN board chairman Antony Bugg-Levine
|How does impact investing play a role within microfinance?
Global director of microfinance at Citi Bob Annibale
|How can impact investing fit in with philanthropy?
CEO of Pershing Square Foundation Paul Bernstein
|What are social impact bonds?
CEO and co-founder of Social Finance US Tracy Palandjian
Impact investing – putting money to work both for profit and social impact – is in its infancy as an industry. But it has the potential to become part of the fabric of financial markets. A group of leading wealth managers, foundations and sector specialists discuss how impact investment will develop, and the challenges they face.