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Bringing together philanthropic and investment capital to further social good
This webinar provides an opportunity to hear from practitioners breaking down barriers to development investment through vehicles designed to mobilise and aggregate private donor and investment capital.

Despite growth in both philanthropic capital and impact markets and increasing focus on private investment in development finance, it remains difficult to attract private capital from high income countries into low and middle-income countries. This is particularly an issue for our region. In the US, successful structures are available to facilitate aggregation of different types of capital and enable even grant-only entities to transform their grants into impact investments. These straightforward structures can have positive effects in increasing the capital available to drive better development outcomes, democratising impact investment by making it easier for more people to participate and building confidence and track record that will encourage more private investors to join.
In this webinar you’ll hear concrete examples from donors, investors and practitioners about why and how these approaches work and what we can learn from them.

In a dialogue moderated by AIDN Chair, Simon Lewis, you’ll hear from:
- Dr Pam Ryan about her experiences as a donor and investor informed by decades of research into the psychology of decision-making in both philanthropy and investing.
- Timothy Freundlich on his experience putting these vehicles together through ImpactAssets and how it has become the go-to facilitator of philanthropic impact investing.
- Catherine Burnett of Phillips Foundation on their practical experience and how they approach and projects and the benefits of co-mingling different types of capital to open up greater collaboration and new solutions.

Sep 20, 2022 10:00 AM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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