Impact Investing

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Socially Responsible Investment and Corporate Social Responsibility have gained more attention in recent years. As more corporate and accounting scandals are exposed, calls for better corporate governance and responsible business practices also grow louder.

Investors have also become more educated and sophisticated, hence, there is increased demand for investments that reflect their values be it from a religious, moral, environmental or social standpoint.

When is it good business practice to invest for social good? What are the most innovative and effective business strategies for bringing about positive social impact?

By gaining an overview of the current landscape of impact investing in this training course, you will learn how you can play a role in the emerging sector. You will also have a deep understanding of the subject by analysing the range of investing and funding approaches used by impact investors.

You should register for this programme if

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You are seeking to understand the current sustainable investing landscape

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You are interested in integrating environmental considerations into investment decisions

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You serve in finance or investment functions and play a key role in the organisation's financial matters

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You are seeking a more practical understanding of how impact investing can strategically drive long-term business returns

I want to enroll for this course

Agenda at a glance

Introduction to impact investing

Screening process and value proposition

Understanding carbon markets

Issues and myths about reporting on ESG market

Sustainable auditing and assuredness

Shareholder engagement vs divesting

New standards and developments in ESG landscape

Future of ESG 2.0

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Anchored by a world class faculty

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Robert Rubinstein

Chairman and Founder, TBLI Group, Member of Advisory Council, Wealth and Society

Robert Rubinstein, chairman and founder of TBLI (Triple Bottom Line Investing) Group, has been instrumental in building the environmental, social, and governance (ESG) and impact investing ecosystem, even before these terms were coined. He taught courses in sustainable finance at the Rotterdam School of Management from 2003-2006, and delivered numerous lectures at international business schools and universities throughout his career. TBLI is a leading global ESG/impact investing network that has been educating, advising and connecting investors for 25 years.

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Introduction to Impact Investing

US$ 625

  • 12 training videos
  • Online exercises and assignments graded by the trainer
  • Four Masterclasses in a year, on key topics around ESG and Impact Investing
  • Supporting reading material and regular updates on industry trends
  • Access to faculty members via group chats
  • Certificate of participation on successful completion of the programme

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