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Philanthropy debate: Videos

Philanthropy debate participants share how: <br> • social impact bonds are structured and when they are launching; <br>• foundations and family offices are looking to work with governments to solve social issues; <br>• impact investing will boost the microfinance industry; <br>• 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?
Patricia Farrar-Rivas, founding principal and CEO of Veris Wealth Partners
Why has the private banking industry been slow to embrace impact investing?
Mario Marconi, head of philanthropy and values-based investing at UBS
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?
Paul Bernstein, CEO of Pershing Square Foundation
What are social impact bonds?
Tracy Palandjian, CEO and co-founder of Social Finance US
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