Impact Investing Ecosystem:
Where are we heading?

Advancing social impact measurement and management.

08 December 2022
17.30 – 20.30

UCL School of Management
Level 50
1 Canada Square
Canary Wharf
E14 5AA

‘Reshaping the idea of traditional investing and looking beyond the standard risk-return relationship to generate positive social and environmental impact alongside financial return.’ This was, and still is, the premise and promise of Impact Investing.
We invite you to join us for an evening of discussion on Social Impact and Impact Investing sponsored by Tecno International.

Daniel Klier, CEO at ESG Book, will open the evening with a keynote speech on solutions that make ESG and Impact data more widely available and comparable for all market stakeholders. Professor Paolo Taticchi OMRI, our resident expert in sustainable practice with 15+ years of experience, will introduce the first-year results and white papers of the IMmPACT project.
Later, we will hear from our panel of experts across industries and academia. Chaired by Andrew Jack of the Financial Times, the panel will discuss their approaches to social impact measurement and management, new trends of Impact Investing, the challenges they have faced along the way and what they think the future of social impact measurement and Impact Investing looks like.

UCL School of Management

The UCL School of Management is the business school of UCL, a top-10 global university. Based on Levels 50 and 38 of One Canada Square and at the main campus of UCL in central London, we focus on producing world-leading research that delivers impact and benefit to society. We offer innovative programmes at undergraduate, postgraduate and executive levels, leveraging our research to train the next generation of global business leaders.

The IMmPACT Research Project

The IMmPACT research project initiative focuses on the development of new concepts, frameworks and guidelines to support in a practical way social impact measurement and management. The IMmPACT research has led to the creation of a “Social Impact Practice Group” comprised of 30+ organisations (listed below) with different roles in the social impact and impact investing ecosystem that contribute to the development and dissemination of this re- search. Two white papers recently written will be presented at the conference. The IMmPACT project is led by Professor Paolo Taticchi, OMRI (Principal Investigator) and Ms Chiara Andreoli (Visiting PhD Candidate, Co-Investigator). The project is sponsored by the John Ryder Memorial Trust and its managing trustee and founder, Dr Jan Dauman.