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Introducing the Oxford Social Finance Programme Webinar

Time: 
16:00 to 17:00
, 31 Jul 2017
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Online Webinar
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Join Co-directors Alex Nicholls and Gayle Peterson in conversation with Dean Peter Tufano. Our discussion will explore a number of key questions:

- Why is Social Finance critical in addressing the world’s greatest problems? How is it different from Impact Investing?

- How can creative, blended capital and innovative cross-sector partnerships take global solutions to scale?

- How is our trendsetting research shaping the field of Social Finance?

Impact Investing, venture philanthropy, and corporate engagement with purpose are all crucial to the future of Social Finance. Individually, they have vast potential but it’s only when they work together collectively, do they become more than the individual sum of their parts. Uniting these resources will enable us to tackle the greatest challenges of our time—climate change, poverty alleviation, food security, sustainable cities, gender equality.

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Speakers

Peter Tufano View profile

Peter Tufano is Peter Moores Dean and Professor of Finance at Oxford Saïd and a Professorial Fellow at Balliol College. As Dean, he seeks to advance the model of integrating business education within the university. His on-going work focuses on household finance, financial innovation, and fintech.

Gayle Peterson View profile

As co-founder of an international philanthropic consultancy, Gayle has extensive experience in market-based change to support innovations in business and social sector strategies to achieve social change.

Alex Nicholls View profile

Dr Alex Nicholls' research interests range across several key areas within social entrepreneurship and social innovation: social finance and social impact investing; the nexus of relationships between accounting, accountability and governance; public and social policy contexts; and Fair Trade.
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