Webinar – Women leading impact investing & Businesses with purpose
About the topic
Today’s women leading business that makes the world a better place. How to raise capital, best practices, practical inspiring advice and impact investing tips.
About Fleur Heyns
Fleur Heyns is Dutch, born in the UK in 1975. She graduated from Oxford University with an MSc in Biochemistry in 1997 and started her career as an analyst in investment banking at JP Morgan in 1998. In 1999 she moved to Johannesburg South Africa with JP Morgan. In 2000 she co-founded Global Trader, an innovative emerging market retail derivatives brokerage and technology firm which as global CEO she expanded into Europe, Asia and North America. Global Trader was successfully sold in 2007. After attending the INSEAD social entrepreneurship program in 2009 she has dedicated most (industry advisor for TPG Capital $900m purchase of Saxobank in 2010 as the only exception) of her resources to impact investments as advisor.
About Julia Balandina Jaquier
Julia is an internationally-recognized independent expert in impact investment and a trusted adviser to major private, institutional and sovereign investors. She is also a founder KATALYST, a capacity-building platform for families of wealth. With over 20 years of experience in impact finance, Julia has facilitated development of a broad range of mission-driven investment programs and funds and was part of various industry taskforces. She is the author of one of the first books on impact investment (2011), and her latest book, Catalyzing Wealth for Change: Guide to Impact Investing is widely considered an industry’s bible. Julia lectures/d at leading universities, including IMD, Harvard, St. Gallen University and Yale. Julia is a member of (advisory) Boards of
SIFEM, Unilever, FORE Partnership and toniic 100.
Women and men entrepreneurs from Europe, Asia, Africa and Latin America participated in this webinar. This cycle of videoconferences is organized by the B Women movement. A global network of women entrepreneurs that advocate for inclusive, regenerative and triple bottom-line economies that trust in the power of partnerships and collaborate to advance gender equality and climate change agendas, three of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
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