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Friday, May 31 • 10:00am - 11:00am
Financial Innovations: Social Impact Bonds and Beyond

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When a person is kept out of jail, society saves money. Society also benefits from his economic productivity, from his volunteer efforts, from his parenting his children. How do we begin to value these positive externalities and recognize the complex long-term effects of our work? The world is moving from double and triple bottom lines to a single bottom line of human well-being. The past few years have seen tremendous innovation in how social change efforts are financed from crowdfunding to social impact bonds to a growing range of debt and equity structures. Foundations and investors are partnering with social innovators to explore new models of support. In this session, we will wrestle with questions of how to appropriately value the positive externalities, discuss different financial models for different stages of a social venture and explore the range of exciting financial innovations emerging.

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David Bank

CEO and Editor, Impact IQ Inc.
David Bank is a journalist, entrepreneur and editor and CEO of Impact IQ Inc. The theme “catalyzing capital” runs through David’s work, from The Wall Street Journal, through Encore.org (formerly Civic Ventures), which mobilizes talent for social innovation, to Impact IQ, providing deals, data and intelligence for impact investors. At the WSJ, David covered software, the Internet and Microsoft and launched the national... Read More →
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Asad Mahmood

Managing Director, Globial Social Investment Funds, Deutsche Bank
Asad Mahmood, Managing Director, is responsible for more than half a billion loan and investment portfolio which seeks both financial and social returns. He is also responsible for Deutsche Bank’s microfinance / social investment efforts globally which comprise more than 100 relationships in 42 countries. Mr. Mahmood is the central force in creating the microfinance and social investing platform for Deutsche Bank and has been a leading... Read More →
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Clara Miller

President, The F.B. Heron Foundation
Clara Miller is President of The F. B. Heron Foundation, which helps people and communities help themselves out of poverty. Prior to assuming the Foundation’s presidency, Miller was President and CEO of Nonprofit Finance Fund which she founded and ran from 1984 through 2010. Miller was named to The NonProfit Times “Power and Influence Top 50” for the five years from 2006 through 2010. She was awarded a Bellagio Residency in 2010 by The... Read More →
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Steve Rothschild

Founder and Chair, Twin Cities RISE! and Invest in Outcomes
Steve Rothschild is a social entrepreneur, businessman, and author. He is the founder and board chair of Twin Cities RISE! an award winning , anti-poverty program for adults living in generational poverty. He also founded Invest in Outcomes, which developed the Human Capital Performance Bond (HUCAP), a new financial instrument to fund human services being piloted in Minnesota. Steve is an Ashoka Fellow. Earlier Rothschild launched Yoplait U.S... Read More →
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Jason Trimiew

Managing Director, REDF
Jason Trimiew is a Managing Director at REDF. Jason developed and leads REDF’s new strategy to grow social enterprises in California and nationally through the channels of business development and community, corporate, philanthropic and government partnerships. Jason joined REDF in 2007 as the organization’s first Development Director and helped REDF secure more than $20 million in new private and public investments over a five-year... Read More →

Friday May 31, 2013 10:00am - 11:00am
Newseum Room 702 555 Pennsylvania Ave NW Washington, DC 20001

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