Pensions for Purpose is delighted to invite Place-Based Impact Investing Forum members to its next online all-stakeholder member-only event at 10:15 on 18 May 2022.
Mark Hepworth at The Good Economy and Nigel Wilcock at the Institute of Economic Development will present the PBII (Place–Based Impact Investing) Innovation Lab connecting local projects around the UK to enhance local economic, environmental and social impact with investors. This is about marrying investor objectives with the needs of people in places.
The presentation will be followed by a panel discussion with Charlotte O’Leary at Pensions for Purpose, Ken Hunnisett at Triple Point and Pete Gladwell at Legal & General.
The breakout sessions will be used to present a specific local project, led by local stakeholders and the Q&A will be facilitated by Triple Point and Legal & General.
In the usual way, we will then regroup and our sponsors will share some of the insights from the breakout room discussions before Charlotte O’Leary wraps the session up.
The outcomes from this session and broader work of the PBII Forum will be used to help shape the work of the lab. So please attend this event to be part of an innovative and ground breaking project.
Who is this event for?
This event is suitable for anyone involved in the governance or management of pension fund assets or other pools of assets, asset managers, and other stakeholders actively engaged and interested in the PBII opportunity. For example, trustees of corporate defined benefit and defined contribution pension plans, LGPS pensions managers and committee members, in-house pension teams, legal, actuarial and investment advisers, asset managers particularly in private capital markets, other investment service providers, local government representatives and other stakeholders involved in developing PBII opportunities.
The agenda for this online interactive discussion will be as follows:
Please sign up for the event here. Delegates will be sent dial-in details after registering. If you are not already a member, you will also be invited to register for the Place-Based Impact Investing Forum. Membership is free and you will receive regular updates about forum activities.