Social finance helps provide blended capital to fill the annual UN SDG gap of $2.1 trillion.
Global, systemic challenges as outlined by the UN SDGs demand innovation which traditional financing mechanisms fail to address. Social finance builds a blended capital approach to address issues on a national or international scale.
Solving issues such as climate change, gender equality, and food security requires innovative capital and this is provided by social finance.
Discover how deliberate leadership and effective policy can tackle some of the world's most complex problems
Learn how grants, donations and high-return investment blend together to create innovative fund structures and large scale impact
Gain insight of social finance tools including catalytic philanthropy, public private partnerships, social and development impact bonds
CEO level guest speakers from major, international foundations and NGOs will share their experience on implementing large scale social programmes.
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