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Impact Investing: From Conventional to Cutting Edge

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Date

Tuesday, November 14, 2017
12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. (Pacific Time)

Cost

Individual Session
$67.50 NAO Members
$75 Nonmembers

$135 New Group Option

Full Nonprofit Finance Fundamentals Part 3 Series (6-Sessions)
$382.50 NAO Members & Nonmembers

NAO Members get a discount on individual webinar sessions by using the discount code on the Members Only Page. You must be logged in to view this page.

Produced in Partnership with Nonprofit Finance Fund

This webinar is produced in partnership with the Nonprofit Finance Fund (NFF). Registration is through the NFF website. For questions, contact [email protected].

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Event Details

Registration includes an invitation to join the live broadcast of the webinar, and a recorded version with downloadable PowerPoint slides that participants can view at their convenience.

As the buzz around Impact Investing continues to grow, more investors are seeking ways to generate social and environmental impact alongside financial returns. Join NFF for an introduction to the topic, presented by Antony Bugg-Levine, CEO of NFF and co-author of Impact Investing: Transforming How We Make Money While Making a Difference. This 60-minute session is designed for those who are new to social investments and will explore common questions that surround the burgeoning field, such as: Where is the field now and where is it going? What are examples of impact investments in action? What kind of organizations are good candidates for an impact investment?

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About the Series

This webinar is part of a series: Nonprofit Finance Fundamentals Part 3: The Spectrum of Nonprofit Financing Options. The last sequence in NFF’s webinar series explores the reality of the nonprofit operating environment and how this system impacts common business choices. Amid today’s rapidly changing economic environment, participants will come away from these webinars better prepared to plan for the future and manage using data.

Sessions include:

  • October 10: An Introduction to Debt and Financing for Nonprofits
  • October 17: The How and Why of PRIs: A Guide to Program- and Mission- Related Investments
  • October 24: Using Capital for Growth or Change
  • October 31: Understanding New Markets Tax Credits
  • November 7: The Emergence of Pay for Success Funding
  • November 14: Impact Investing: From Conventional to Cutting Edge

You may join this series at any time and still get access to sessions you may have missed. Learn more.