How are New Zealand investors managing impact?
Tuesday 23 June 2020
How should we manage and measure impact? What approaches are various New Zealand investors using to shape impact investment products and portfolios? What role can standards play for integrating impact into investment decision making?
The New Zealand Advisory Board on Impact Investing and the Responsible Investment Association Australasia's Impact Management & Measurement Community of Practice invite you to attend an impact management workshop on Tuesday 23 June where you'll learn from investors and others about different approaches to impact management, with the opportunity for discussion and debate.
Date: Tuesday 23 June 2020
Time: 12.30pm-14.30pm NZST
To view how to log onto the webinar view this document.
Alastair Rhodes, CEO, BayTrust & Terri Eggleton, Impact Investment and Partnership Manager, BayTrust
Alastair was appointed CEO of BayTrust in 2015 and has a passion for impact investing, both from its ability to help drive a more inclusive and sustainable society and also how impact investments can compliment and further diversify an investment portfolio. Working with his Board, Alastair has helped implement several long-term changes to BayTrust's ~$200m investment portfolio, including increasing its allocation to impact investments from ~ 2% to a target of 10%. Terri Eggleton is Impact Investment and Partnership Manager for BayTrust in New Zealand, where she has been working for over ten years.
Jackson Rowland, Director, Ākina Invest
Jackson is a firm believer in the potential impact investing has to transform some of the most significant challenges facing New Zealand. From an initial career in corporate law advising on capital raising transactions, Jackson has since worked either within impact-oriented organisations or helped them gain investment. Through this work he has advised large numbers of organisations on their impact investment goals, and worked with them on their journey to achieve these. Jackson's career highlight is one of his current projects, as part of the management team of New Zealand's first impact investment fund, the Impact Enterprise Fund.
Fabienne Michaux, United Nations Development Programme
Fabienne Michaux is currently working with the United Nations Development Programme to develop global impact practice standards for Sustainable Development Goal (SDG)-enabling investments. She is also a part-time Professor of Practice (Finance) at Deakin Business School, interim Co-Chair of the Australian Advisory Board on Impact Investing (AAB), Co-Chair of an Australian Sustainable Finance Initiative working group, and a non-executive director of Housing Choices Australia Ltd. and The Song Room. Fab previously enjoyed a 30 year executive career, including 22 years with S&P Global Ratings where in her final role she was the Australian Country Head and Head of Developed Markets Asia-Pacific.
Impact Investment and Partnership Manager at BayTrust
United Nations Development Programme
Chief Executive at BayTrust
Director of Ākina Foundation