Feb 09 2021 @ 16:00 - 17:00

Impact Investing in the Greater Philadelphia Region: The Benefits, Challenges, and Opportunities



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Topic: Impact Investing in the Greater Philadelphia Region: 
The Benefits, Challenges, and Opportunities

Time: Feb 9, 2021 04:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Meeting ID: 898 0163 7637
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Dermot Murphy


Join Us Virtually on February 9th at 4:00pm ET Co-Hosted by ImpactPHL and Impact for Breakfast

Although the Philadelphia region is a leading hub for the impact investing movement nationally, it can be challenging to identify and evaluate local impact investment opportunities for those who want to drive outcomes in their own backyard. That's especially true for those who are still finding their way in aligning their financial assets with their values. 


Please join us for a discussion with investors that have experience using “local” as an impact investment lens. Our panelists will also share details about a locally-focused impact investment fund that is currently in development and share their selection and due diligence methodology.

 Our panelists for this webinar include:

John Moore has been a full-time angel investor since 2005 with Robin Hood Ventures and Social Venture Circle, where he leads the local Philadelphia chapter.

Matt Taylor is a partner of Permit Capital Advisors, LLC, an independent, employee-owned investment advisory firm that focuses on the investment needs of institutions and high net worth investors.

Catherine Griffin is the Founder of ImpactableX Analytics whose framework allows investors to obtain the core metrics and impact operations as they relate to unit-economics, leveraging research and data to inform key assumptions. 

Michael O’Bryan is the Founder of Humanature, a consultancy working with nonprofits, businesses, local government agencies and their employees to transform how they understand and support human development, interaction, and performance.

Who should attend this webinar?  High net worth individuals, pension fund trustees, family offices, nonprofit leaders, investment professionals, endowment/foundation advisors and anyone interested in broadening their investment horizons.  If you are looking to move capital, this webinar is for you.