[Webinar] Driving Impact: The Rise of Social Impact Investing
The “S” in ESG investing is gaining more attention among family office investors, with social impact investing being seen as an effective way to drive “Impact” while pursuing financial returns. This webinar allows participants to gain the most up-to-date knowledge and to benefit from the real-life experiences of seasoned practitioners in Social Impact Investing.
● What is social impact investing?
● Why is social impact investing gaining popularity?
● The importance of social impact investing in Asia
● The latest trends in social impact investing
● How to monitor or evaluate the social impact?
● The difference between ESG investing and social impact investing
● Challenges and pitfalls of social impact investing
● Future developments in social impact investing - Where can we expect to see a focus?
The webinar is primarily targeted at banking and finance professionals, fund and asset managers as well as wealth managers and professionals working in the family offices.
Genevieve started her career as an information technologist before embarking on a career in finance. Her outside interests include volunteering for a range of non-profit organisations. Genevieve is an advocate of Gender Lens Investing, ESG and Sustainability. She holds a BSc in Computer & Information Sciences from the National University of Singapore and an MBA from London Business School. She is a CFA and CAIA Charterholder.
Prior to joining Amundi, she was Vice President, ESG at Bank of America from 2018. Before this, Kristy has garnered experience in ESG advisory at Ernst & Young and the Hong Kong Productivity Council.
She is a Chartered Environmentalist at the Society for the Environment UK and a Chartered Water and Environmental Manager at the Chartered Institute of Water and Environmental Management. She also holds various professional certificates including the Certificate in ESG Investing from CFA UK, and Certified ESG Analyst (CESGA) from the European Federation of Financial Analysts Societies.