Social Finance: Social Impact Bond series. Part 1: Glasgow

Social Finance: Social Impact Bond series. Part 1: Glasgow

Thursday, March 10, 2011 from 9:30 AM – 4:00 PM (GMT)

Glasgow, Glasgow City

Download list of attendees here


Social Finance is working to build the Social Impact Bond marketplace and invites commissioners, social service providers and investors in Scotland to attend this unique conference at IET Glasgow: Teacher’s Building.


The conference will address:


    * How the Social Impact Bond works
    * The potential of the SIB market
    * Raising social investment at scale
    * Funding to provide new solutions to old problems
    * Addressing technical challenges of setting up a Social Impact Bond 


The agenda for the day is:


9:30 Registration


10:00 Welcome (Laphroaig Theatre)


David Hutchison, CEO, Social Finance


10:15 Financing social outcomes (Laphroaig Theatre)


Toby Eccles, Development Director, Social Finance


10:30 Building a Marketplace: the Investor Perspective (Laphroaig Theatre)


Chair: Bernard Horn, Chairman, Social Finance


Andrew Muirhead, Inspiring Scotland


James Perry, Panahpur


11: 15 Break (Laphroaig Lounge)


11:30 A new route to solving social problems (Laphroaig Theatre)


Chair: Christine Carlin, Scottish Government


Jackie Killeen, Big Lottery Fund


Laurie Russell, The Wise Group


Martin Sime, SCVO


12:30 Lunch (Laphroaig Lounge)


13:30 – 16:00 One on One Sessions with the Social Finance Team – Still Room




Criminal Justice (Mash Room)


Toby Eccles and Jenna Palumbo, Social Finance


Vulnerable Children (Dunnage Room)


Wendi Ogle-Welbourn, Essex County Council


Lisa Barclay, Social Finance


Drug Rehabilitation (Murano Room)


Peter Sebastian, Social Finance


Health (Laphroaig Theatre)


Ben Jupp, Social Finance


14:45 Break




Investors (Dunnage Room)


Martin Rich and Trupti Patel, Social Finance


Commissioners (Mash Room)


Claire Phillips,Local Partnerships


Ben Jupp, Social Finance


Service Providers (Laphroaig Theatre)


Vicki Sellick and Neil Reeder, The Young Foundation


Peter Sebastian, Social Finance


16:00 Conference Ends


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