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Place-Based Impact Investing: Focusing Capital on the Opportunity of Place
Join us for the eagerly anticipated launch of the Place-Based Impact Investing (PBII) White Paper for a presentation and discussion of the project’s findings, recommendations and next steps.

Place-based inequalities are more extreme in the UK than in most comparable economies and have persisted for generations. Meanwhile, the pandemic coupled with Brexit have moved this seemingly intractable reality to the centre stage of public debate.

With the costs of the “Levelling Up” agenda expected to exceed £1 trillion over the next 10 years, there is a clear need for private capital to be mobilised alongside public investment.

Led by The Good Economy, the Impact Investing Institute and Pensions for Purpose, the place-based impact investing project was set up to explore how to scale-up institutional investment into opportunities that would connect capital to place. These investment opportunities include social and affordable housing, small business finance, clean energy, infrastructure and regeneration.

Moderator: Jamie Broderick, Non-Executive Director and Lead Expert at the Impact Investing Institute
Presenters: Sarah Forster, CEO of The Good Economy • Mark Hepworth, Director of research and policy at The Good Economy • Karen Shackleton, Director and Chair of the Board at Pensions for Purpose • Paul Stanworth, Principal Associate at The Good Economy and CIO of 777 Asset Management • Sarah Teacher, Executive Director at the Impact Investing Institute

May 26, 2021 04:00 PM in London

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