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Webinar: A road map for Social Impact Bonds in Developing Countries
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The Social Impact Bond model presents a unique and innovative opportunity for the private sector to work with governments to fund essential social programmes that address community needs. Join ANDE and TrustLaw to learn about TrustLaw’s Legal Road Map for Social Impact Bonds in Developing Countries, a guide that identifies and addresses the legal hurdles that policy innovators may face in implementing social impact bonds across 7 countries. We will discuss the challenges and opportunities identi

2/8/2017
When: Wednesday, February 8, 2017
11:00 AM EST
Where: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4693425192644491011
Contact: Rosario Uriarte

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The Social Impact Bond model presents a unique and innovative opportunity for the private sector to work with governments to fund essential social programmes that address community needs. Join ANDE and TrustLaw to learn about TrustLaw’s Legal Road Map for Social Impact Bonds in Developing Countries, a guide that identifies and addresses the legal hurdles that policy innovators may face in implementing social impact bonds across 7 countries. We will discuss the challenges and opportunities identified by the research and will share information about TrustLaw’s other resources and projects in impact financing. 

Please find the full resport here: http://www.trust.org/publications/i/?id=7f8f6879-b7b7-4c64-bda2-fef636f24bcc 

Nick Glicher, Legal Director at the Thomson Reuters Foundation will be our presenter. 

Nick is Legal Director at the Thomson Reuters Foundation and has a special focus on social investment and social enterprise and leads TrustLaw initiatives including the Social Enterprise and Impact Investment legal training course and the TrustLaw Index of Pro Bono. He is also In-House Counsel for the Foundation. Prior to joining the Foundation, Nick worked as a lawyer in the London and Chicago offices of a global law firm, specialising in finance and banking law. He also worked within the Debt Capital Markets division at the Royal Bank of Scotland, focussing on Emerging Market transactions.