In their latest annual survey, the Global Impact Investing Network and J.P. Morgan reported a total of USD 77 billion in capital allocated to impact investing. This unparalleled potential of the impact investing market coupled with a social enterprise sector that is exceeding expectations in both growth and impact, has increased the demand to master the evolving legal and financial frameworks available to social enterprises and impact investment funds. Choosing a robust legal and financial structure for transactions is key to tapping into this potential, which is exactly what TrustLaw’s Social Enterprise & Impact Investing Training aims to facilitate.
Headed to San Francisco this September and returning to London in October, the course series combine hands-on legal training with practical case studies, enabling strategic discussions and the sharing of best practices in social entrepreneurship and impact investing. By attending, delegates will become part of a community of practice and will take away invaluable know-how on optimal legal and financial structures that will be taught by academics, lawyers, social investors and social entrepreneurs themselves.
Top reasons to attend:
o Gain a “big picture” market overview of the social enterprise and social finance space in the US, UK and beyond
o Learn how to structure social enterprises and lock in social mission
o Get an in-depth understanding of social finance models
o Learn about the key legal and commercial issues for the sector
o Network with key players in the social innovation space
*San Francisco full-day workshop* Register before July 15 to take advantage of the Early Bird Rate. This course has been approved for up to 10 CLE credits in New York and New Jersey and 8 CLE credits in California. For more information, visit our website or contact Carolina at email@example.com.