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University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business

Impact Measurement and Management for Investors

Nov 26—29, 2019
4 days
Cape Town, South Africa
ZAR 13500 ≈USD 882
ZAR 3375 per day

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Description

Impact Measurement and Management (IMM) is a cornerstone of impact investing. As impact funds (and those that invest in them) target specific impact and financial returns, they must integrate robust practices to generate and use data to advance the intended social and environmental impacts from these investments. In practice this is often challenging, given the plethora of approaches, frameworks and tools available, and the challenges of time, cost, and capacity.

This four-day workshop will provide a detailed overview of the key stages and decisions of developing an impact thesis, measurement approach and management strategy for an impact investment fund. We will explore topics such as impact due diligence, indicator selection, portfolio-level approaches, and impact reporting. Participants will engage with practical case study examples and tools to explore and apply the critical facets of IMM for impact investing.

Key learnings

  • Develop a sophisticated understanding of the impact measurement ecosystem globally
  • Learn about how to develop an impact measurement strategy for your impact investing portfolio
  • Explore established and emerging impact measurement approaches, standards, frameworks, and tools
  • Build practical skills in integrating impact across the impact investment lifecycle (e.g. impact due diligence)
  • Learn about global and African best practices of designing and implementing impact measurement strategies
  • Explore opportunities in emerging technologies (AI, Blockchain, remote sensing, Iot) and impact measurement

Course information

This interactive four-day investment training opportunity offers a rich learning experience that blends theory and practice, featuring leading experts and practitioners in the field.

Day 1: Impact measurement ecosystem and impact thesis: Develop a sophisticated understanding of the impact measurement ecosystem, and how to develop an impact thesis / theory of change.

Day 2: Designing an impact measurement approach: Best practices and tools for building an impact measurement approach, including impact due diligence and indicator selection.

Day 3: Managing for impact: How to navigate and address the various challenges and opportunities for impact management across transactions and portfolios.

Day 4: Innovative Financing and emerging technologies for impact (Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning): Learn about what is next in the world of impact investing and technology.

Who should attend

This short course is for funders, lawyers, intermediaries, development finance professionals and consultants who are interested in understanding how to best capture impact data and manage their organisations to optimize their impact.

Experts

Karim has over a decade of international experience in impact measurement and evaluation, particularly for impact investing, social finance, and social enterprise. He was the Co-Chair of the Impact Measurement Task Force convened by the Government of Ontario, and the Canadian representative on th...
Andia Laura Chakava is currently an independent investment professional with over 15 years experience in fund management. Is passionate about facilitating both foreign and intra Africa investment in the continent, increasing financial literacy through investor education and promoting gender lens ...
Natasha’s work in innovative finance has focused on impact monetization and the use of grant funding to catalyse private sector investment for impact. Before joining the Bertha Centre she worked for the Dutch development bank (FMO), where she designed, funded, and monitored projects with a high s...
MSc: Environmental Science Senior Associate of the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership Jon Duncan leads the Responsible Investment Programme at Old Mutual. The Programme is focused on driving the systematic integration of material environmental, social and corporate governance (ES...
Mission: Realising the power of tri-sector solutions - aligning interests between business, government and society to develop world class investment solutions. Heather has almost 25 years of capital market experience. She qualified as an economist at UCT in 1991 where she was recruited by the l...
Refilwe Mokoena is a development finance and monitoring and evaluation professional. She has accumulated over 10 years of experience leading and managing work relating to monitoring and evaluation as well as reporting systems. She currently leads the Graça Machel Trust’s impact strategy and monit...
Kanini Mutooni, is a UK Chartered accountant and has worked at Director and board level positions at Merrill Lynch Bank of America, KPMG, Ernst and Young and Kleinwort Benson Bank over the past 15 years in Wealth Management and Investment Banking across 3 continents. Her core experience covers se...
Tsakane, based in Nairobi, supports the team's investment activities through the cycle - origination, structuring and post-investment portfolio support. Prior to joining AHL, Tsakane was an impact investment analyst at the Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship, where she focuse...
Aunnie Patton Power is the founder of Intelligent Impact, a technology for social impact advisory firm. She is also a university lecturer on innovative finance, impact investing and technology for impact. At Saïd Business School, she is an entrepreneur in residence at the Skoll Centre for Soci...
Mark has specialised for over 17 years to become one of the leaders in providing institutional impact investments within Southern Africa. He was instrumental in developing Mergence as a pioneer impact investor when he joined in 2011. As portfolio manager of the Mergence Infrastructure & Devel...

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Nov 26—29, 2019
4 days
Cape Town, South Africa
ZAR 13500 ≈USD 882
ZAR 3375 per day

How it works

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