In March, the Bayes Business School (formerly Cass Business School) launched a Routledge book aimed at ‘Demystifying Social Finance and Social Investment’.
Following its formal launch in March, Mark Salway (author and Managing Director, Moore Kingston Smith Fundraising and Management) and Jim Clifford OBE (editor and co-author, CEO and Founder of Sonnet CIC) want to continue the conversation and invite you to a further series of roundtable events leading up to Christmas. These are for people using, or interested in, social investment; investors, practitioners and those just interested in the debate.
Following our successful first roundtable earlier in June about the growth of social investment and how it looks now, we are looking forward to the second, covering The case for change: business models that fit social finance and social investment. We shall be exploring this with two guest panellists with a wealth of experience in finding and developing investible social businesses.
Like the first in the series, we want the event to be a spirited conversation, which will build awareness and understanding, inform, enlighten, align, and engage. It will also demonstrate the ‘Art of the Possible’ with social investment and social finance.
Date: July 20, 2021
The case for change: business models that fit social finance and social investment
Jim Clifford OBE, CEO and Founder of Sonnet Advisory & Impact CIC
Dato Dr Kim Tan, Chairman of Springhill Management, advisor to several impact funds, co-founder of the Transformational Business Network, pioneering biotech entrepreneur and a global specialist in social investment.
Niamh Goggin, Social investment, charity and social enterprise finance practitioner and a trustee of Nat West Social & Community Capital.
Chaired by: Mark Salway, Managing Director, Moore Kingston Smith Fundraising and Management and former Director of Social Finance and Social Investment at Bayes Business School.
Online – Zoom