Investing in good deals―what does it mean?

Thanks to all those who joined us at the 2011 Social Finance Forum: Investing in good deals. See a summary of the days events captured below.

Presentations from the 2011 Social Finance Forum have now been uploaded onto Slideshare:

In December 2010, the Canadian Task Force on Social Finance launched the landmark report, Mobilizing Private Capital for Public Good. This report formed the foundation of a strategy for building a robust impact investing marketplace in Canada, one that involves all sectors to address social challenges.

The newly launched MaRS Centre for Impact Investing is pleased to host the 2011 Social Finance Forum which focuses on creating meaningful interactions and learning opportunities to mobilize capital and inspire new ideas.

We invite you to join us.

Evening Anniversary Reception
Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Conference: Investing in Good Deals
Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Who should attend?

This conference offers something for everyone with an interest in impact investing. Specifically, we have programming targeted for:

= Social entrepreneurs developing or currently operating a for-profit social purpose business
= Non-profits, charities or co-operatives interested in developing or currently engaged in social enterprise or revenue-generating activities
= Accredited investors and asset managers
= Market builders and others in professional or financial services

Note: A limited number of bursaries are available to help entrepreneurs and non-profits attend the conference. Bursaries are distributed based on need. To be considered, please contact cii@marsdd.com prior to registration.

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