Lessons learned from Impact Investing in Southeast Asia – 28 March 2017 – Ho Chi Minh City

Lessons learned from Impact Investing in Southeast Asia – 28 March 2017 – Ho Chi Minh City

DFDL and UBERIS Capital organized in Ho Chi Minh City, a seminar about Impact Investing in Southeast Asia.

Communication form DFDL

DFDL, in collaboration with UBERIS Capital, invites you to a seminar titled “Lessons learned from Impact Investing in Southeast Asia”, on 28 March 2017 at DFDL; Ho Chi Minh City office.

UBERIS Capital is an impact investing venture capital firm based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia and London. It’s founders are from long-standing and mission driven investment groups, also, its operating team have over 25 years history in SEA.

Jérôme Buzenet – DFDL Partner; Managing Director, Vietnam and 2 key speakers Cyrille Antignac and Nicolas De Boisgrollier from UBERIS Capital will share about their experience of the best investing in the region.

Agenda :

Introduction
“DFDL’s experience on impact investment in SEA”
Impact Investing – The general case and the case for Southeast Asia – UBERIS experience since 2012
Investment theory in three strategic sectors including:
Access to energy
Access to clean water
Smallholder agro-tech
Q&A
Conclusions
Networking
Speakers

  • Jérôme Buzenet – Partner; Managing Director, Vietnam
  • Cyrille Antignac – Managing Director, Co-Founder
  • Nicolas de Boisgrollier – Partner

Event details

Date: Tuesday 28 March 2017

Time: 8:30 am – 10:00 am
Tea/Coffee/light pastrie will be served

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Petit déjeuner: Les perspectives de l’investissement à impact sociétal en Asie du Sud Est

Petit déjeuner: Les perspectives de l’investissement à impact sociétal en Asie du Sud Est

 

Le jeudi 2 mars, Cyrille Antignac a présenté un petit déjeuner d’information sur les perspectives de l’investissement à impact sociétal en Asie du Sud Est, en partenariat avec BNP Paribas Banque Privée.

Ce petit déjeuner a été l’occasion de présenter son livre L’Investissement a Haut Rendement Societal paru chez Revue Banque. Cyrille Antignac était accompagné de spécialistes du secteur de BNP Paribas et autres institutions qui ont pu témoigner de leur engagement dans cette classe d’actif. 

Cette réunion a permis de faire le point sur les opportunités et perspectives de l’Impact Investing dans les économies Émergentes de l’ASEAN. 

Programme: Petit Dejeuner UBERIS – BNP Paribas Wealth

De gauche à droite : Vithaya Chhuor (Canadia Group (Family Office)), Gaspard Verdier (modérateur), Francois Micol (Trésorier de la Fondation CARITAS) et Cyrille Antignac (Fondateur UBERIS Capital)

Toniic Members: Breakfast in London, sponsored by UBERIS Capital

Toniic Members: Breakfast in London, sponsored by UBERIS Capital

Friday, 17th of March 2017, a breakfast for Toniic Members sponsored by UBERIS Capital will be held in London from 9:00 to 12:00. Toniic members will gather focusing on two related impact thems: Acces to Water/Sanitation and Agriculture.

This meeting will include Toniic First Aid: an opportunity to raise questions, explore challenges, and get feedback from fellow impact investors.


Event: Acces to Water/Sanitation and Agriculture

We will explore water and agriculture impact themes with “ignite talks” (fast-paced presentations designed to ignite group engagement) and discussion about the impact investing opportunities associated with UN Sustainable Development Goals 6 (clean water and sanitation) as well as opportunities connected to water and agriculture.

SDG

 

sdg2SDG 2: End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture

Impact Themes: food security, food waste, and sustainable agriculture

sdgSDG 6: Clean Water and Sanitation – Ensure availability of sustainable management of water and sanitation for all

Impact Themes: clean drinking water & sanitation

Presenters Include:

1001 1001 Fontaines, the NGO that recruits, trains, equips and supports micro-entrepreneurs within rural communities to bring healthy drinking water, in an autonomous and sustainable way.

 

gifGlobal Innovation Fund, investing in social innovations that aim to improve the lives and opportunities of millions of people in the developing world.