SIIG learning session - when social investment doesn’t work as planned
The session will include case studies of investments that haven't worked, exploring the journey from both the investor's and venture's viewpoint.
Case studies will cover:
- the decision-making process prior to investment
- monitoring during the investment
- unpicking where the project or investment has not worked as planned
- the winding up process
The session will be a chance to learn from the experiences of others and to examine your own organisation's practice.
This event is for SIIG Members. Please contact email@example.com to book.
If you represent a Foundation but are not a SIIG member and would like to attend to learn more about social impact investing, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Social Impact Investors Group (SIIG) exists to support Foundations interested in starting or currently undertaking social impact investing. Membership is open to foundations and to organisations with a charitable or social mission with investible assets.
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