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Wed, Jan 17

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Promenade 40, 7270 Davos, Switzerland

How to Build Trust in Impact Investing? Challenges and Working Practices

Impact investing, the branch of finance aiming to have a positive impact along ROI, is one of the most powerful engine on the sustainable finance market, yet, it is also the most fragile one.

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How to Build Trust in Impact Investing? Challenges and Working Practices
How to Build Trust in Impact Investing? Challenges and Working Practices

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Jan 17, 2024, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM GMT+1

Promenade 40, 7270 Davos, Switzerland

About the event

Impact investing, the branch of finance aiming to have a positive impact along ROI, is one of the most powerful engine on the sustainable finance market, yet, it is also the most fragile one. And it all starts with the definition(s) of impact investing per se. Then, it is about how impact is implemented, how is it disclosed toinvestors and investees, and to the other stakeholders. At each step, trust is a sinequanon ingredient, not because of the lack of tools, at the contrary, because of their multitude, of their complexity, sometimes because of their opacity. From the design of financial instruments, to their implementation and evaluation, impact investing, and sustainable finance in general, are multi stakeholder phenomena which are still developing their methodologies. Building trust is, in this context, a must have for the success of the investment itself.

This panel brings together experts from the side of investors and investees who will share how they work, innovate, communicate in order to build a solid foundation of trust with their partners, and how they cope with the pitfalls, risks and uncertainties unavoidable in this field. The panellists will address topics such as the play of trust-mistrust, the dynamics and the temporality of trust, the architecture of trust. Practical insights together with concrete examples will allow the audience to get clear and actionable take aways for their own activities.

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