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ANDE Investment Manager Training
September 10, 2018—September 14, 2018$1,950
The ANDE Investment Manager Training is an intensive five day course which covers all aspects of investing in small and growing business (SGBs) – from deal sourcing and due diligence to exit strategies. The course will focus on deals across emerging markets, with reference to global case studies.
This five day course is based largely on actual deals made by ANDE members and is designed to be highly interactive and participatory. It will also focus on the social and environmental impact of investing at this level, and how that affects the investment process. This is the only course of its kind that focuses on both investing in emerging and developing markets and impact investing.
If you are interested in gaining additional knowledge on investing in early stage deals in emerging markets from some of the leaders in the field, then this is the course for you.
See the September 2018 Agenda HERE
Do you have any questions about the IMT in Bangkok?
We will hold a Q&A online webinar with our instructor, Bob Webster
August 9th | 10:00 – 11:00 AM ICT
What to expect from the course?
Do I have enough financial knowledge and background to join this training?
Join a Q&A webinar with Bob Webster to ask any questions you have about the IMT course content.
When: August 9 | 10:00 – 11:00 AM ICT | Where: Online Webinar
ANDE Members: 1,250 USD
*Note: If you are an ANDE member, but unable to login to the member portal, please Contact Us.
Non-ANDE Members: 1,950 USD
Discounts are available for organizations that are a member of AVPN, ANGIN, IIC, Conveners & Social Value UK. Please email Sarita for more information.
About the Instructor: Bob Webster, Managing Director – Impact Investing Strategy at SEAF
Bob Webster is an experienced SGB investor, having held C-suite positions with two leading impact investment funds, the Grassroots Business Fund and Small Enterprise Assistance Funds (SEAF). Bob is now a Managing Director at SEAF. He was also the fund manager for one of SEAF’s more successful funds, SEAF/ Macedonia, which had several high return exits and which made effective use of technical assistance for investees. Bob has had his own advisory and training firm on SGB risk capital and impact investing, including conducting related training for ANDE, the Global Impact Investing Network, Santa Clara University and Harvard Business School. He is currently the Investor-in-Residence for Santa Clara University’s Social Enterprise Accelerator program. Bob has an MBA from Indiana University and attended the Kennedy School’s executive program on Financial Institutions for Private Sector Development. In addition to his native United States, he has lived and worked in Bangladesh, Vietnam, Egypt, Romania and Macedonia, while also having supported investment activity in India, Indonesia, Kenya, Mozambique, Ghana, Equatorial Guinea and South America.
About the Speaker on Metrics & Measuring Impact: Clara Barby, Partner – Bridges Fund Management
Clara is currently leading facilitation of the Impact Management Project. Backed by a wide range of organisations – from leading foundations, multilaterals, family offices, asset managers, pension funds and insurance companies – this open source project is supporting enterprises and investors to agree on and move to a widely shared convention for impact measurement and management.
As a Partner at Bridges Fund Management, Clara leads Bridges’ impact strategy across all fund types, as well as the firm’s advisory efforts to promote the growth of sustainable and impact investment. Prior to Bridges, Clara focused her career on investing in and managing impact businesses at Acumen, focused on off-grid energy and low-cost healthcare.
Clara holds a BA (Hons) in Greats from Oxford University and an MBA from INSEAD.
Past Participant Feedback:
“ANDE’s investment manager training was the perfect combination of a training on technical skills and a gaining a network that I still seek counsel from over the years. I learnt first hand knowledge of business and financial analysis, valuation and impact measurement. The trainers were extremely organised and had practical experience in quoting from their own investment deals done on the field. I would highly recommend attending this training as a comprehensive starting point to becoming a well-rounded practitioner of impact investing” – Govind Shivkumar,LGTVP – India 2012
“Impact investing is a growing industry and it is important to provide people with the resources they require. In order for the field to continue to advance, we need more programs like … the ANDE Investment Manager Training to prepare the next generation of impact investors.” – Isaac Gross, Capria – Brazil 2015