2.5 day programme – 30 September 2015, 1 and 2 October 2015
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Impact investing focuses on creating positive environmental and social impact while generating financial return. This emerging investment approach, which will only become increasingly important, can be applied to microfinance, SME Finance, healthcare, education, food security, housing/real estate and social entrepreneurship, just to name a few.
Are you a finance and investment professionals working in banking, pension funds, insurance, institutional investment, foundations, family offices or NGO’s? Be sure to get up to speed in the latest knowledge around Impact Investing.
- Deepen your knowledge of the theoretical foundations of impact investing.
- Learn about impact investment policies and implementation.
- Learn about the potential outcomes of impact investing in terms of financial returns, diversification, risks, social output and outcomes.
- Learn more about the most relevant and viable impact investment themes.
- Deepen your understanding of monitoring processes and measuring impact.
Faculty and guest speakers
This top-rated programme will be taught and facilitated by prof. dr. Harry Hummels, professor at Maastricht University and Managing Director of ACTIAM Impact Investing and dr. Jaap Bos, finance professor and a leading expert on the risks-returns of impact investments.
You will learn from the leaders in the field. Guest speakers include (to be confirmed):
- Yvonne Bakkum, Director FMO Investment Management
- Vivina Berla, Sarona Asset Management;
- Frank van Beuningen, Founder Pymwymic
- Peter Borgdorff, Director. Pension Fund Care and Wellbeing (PFZW)
- Amit Bouri, CEO, Global Impact Investing Network
- Marilou van Golstein Brouwers, Managing Director Triodos Investment Management
- Emilie Goodall, Director of Projects, IMPACT +, Bridges Ventures
- Paulus Ingram, Senior Portfolio Manager APG
- Jasper Snoek, CFO-Executive Director, DOEN Foundation;
- Laurie Spengler, President and CEO Enclude
- Brad Swanson, Partner at Developing World Market
Regular fee is € 2.800. Early registration fee is € 2.400 (until 15 May 2015). Special fee for Industry Partners and DSF alumni € 2.100.
Sign up by filling out this form and sending it to:
Executive.firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to:
Duisenberg school of finance, att. Lia de Heer
Gustav Mahlerplein 117
1082 MS Amsterdam
What our students say
“Eye-opener. There is more than the F-return.”
“To have social return you can have financial return as well. The first is making the latter way more fun!”
“Investors can do more for society than just exclusion of stocks or microfinance.”
“Overall an excellent course that provides a good introduction in the state of development at this field.”
“Very inspiring and lots of ideas to think about.”