Profoundly change the way you understand consumer challenges and design financial products. FinX is an empathy-building experience that helps innovative organizations deepen their insights on financially underserved populations, catalyzes innovation and design, and facilitates networking among the ecosystem of partners who, by working together, can improve consumer financial health.
During this half-day experience co-hosted by CFSI and C Space, you will go through the local Boston area financial community, conducting real financial transactions that underserved consumers face every day. Following this immersive exercise, you will debrief on the experience with peers and experts, uncovering valuable insights to improve strategy, community relations, financial education, and product design.
Practitioners, insurers, innovators, foundations, community organizations, government, and others are encouraged to attend.
Don’t miss this opportunity — space is limited and will fill up quickly.
Co-hosted by C Space
FinHealthMatters Day is June 27, 2017
The Center for Financial Services Innovation held the first-ever FinHealth Matters Day on June 29, 2016. The goal? To bring attention to Americans’ financial health using social media and blogging platforms. The event was an overwhelming success:
- More than 100 blogs posted via a blog contest (see winning blog posts from 2016)
- 2,000+ tweets from more than 900 influencers, and
- Ultimately ~9 million impressions about financial health
Now it’s your turn. Join us for FinHealth Matters Day on June 27, 2017!
The goal of FinHealth Matters Day is to create a “thunderclap” of noise around financial health each year. Here’s how you can join in:
- Download the deck from our FinHealthMatters Day Marketing Webinar and learn about creative ways you can join in!
- Write a blog or article about Financial Health for your website or newsletter — consider using personal insights into what financial health means, and how it can be achieved (sample blog posts).
- Want to Win Your Way to FinCon? Enter the FinHealthMatters blog post contest on June 27. See contest rules here. Don’t forget to socialize your post using #FinHealth Matters — one winner will be chosen purely on the number of social impressions they achieve for their blog.
- Check out our resources for writing inspiration.
- Participate in a Boston FinX hosted by C-Space – sign up here. Or host a FinX in your city on FinHealth Matters Day — contact us to find out how!
Use our social media kit to access copy, tweets, a draft press release, and graphics you can use across all your social channels.
Can asset owners, managers, and advisors get on the same circular economy page?
The momentum around the circular economy continues to reach new heights, and interest from clients – millennials, boomers, and everyone in between – shows no signs of abating.
- But what does it take to make investments in circular economy opportunities?
- How can investment management firms most effectively construct and distribute related products?
- And what are HNW clients telling their advisors they want?
This webinar, which builds on the findings from TIIP and Toniic’s special report on Investing in the New Industrial (R)evolution: Insights for asset owners and managers financing the circular economy, will address the challenges, opportunities, and breakthroughs involved in harnessing the circular economy to deepen client relationships, increase flows of funds, and diversify product offerings. Download the report: http://tiiproject.com/investing-new-industrial-revolution-insights-asset-owners-managers-financing-circular-economy/
Introduction and Moderators:
William Burckart, President and COO of The Investment Integration Project (TIIP)
Jamie Butterworth, Founding Partner of Circularity Capital
Lisa Kleissner, Co-founder of Toniic
Will Morgan, Head of Impact of Sonen Capital
Celebrating its 10-year anniversary, Big Path Capital is pleased to announce the 9th annual Impact Capitalism Summit and 3rd in Nantucket – the largest convening of investors focused on maximizing impact and maximizing return across asset classes.
This Summit will focus on key factors that are changing the impact investing landscape. The biggest transfer of wealth in human history has started. Over the next 35 years as an unprecedented $58.7 trillion dollars of wealth transfers to women and millennials. Women will inherit 70% of this wealth. By 2030, two thirds of the wealth in the United States will be in women’s hands. Lastly, women and millennials factor a company’s social and environmental impact into their investing decisions at a dramatically higher rate. This confluence of factors will drive change and growth in the sector. Come be part of this exciting journey.
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea - 3 DaysTuesday
Financial Inclusion Innovation Summit (FIIS), previously known as the Pacific Microfinance Week (PMW), is a three-day event that will include a formal conference, workshops, field visits, seminars, and roundtables, providing the region’s most comprehensive platform on Financial Inclusion for the Pacific’s financial sector stakeholders. Hosted by the Bank of Papua New Guinea, this event will bring together up to 200 participants from across the region and beyond to discuss and debate pertinent issues impacting financial inclusion in the region.
In 2017 the event is marking its 10th Anniversary as the major multi-sector gathering of financial inclusion stakeholders in the Pacific and is recognised as a landmark event, over many years covering relevant topics, issues, innovations and world-leading case studies in Financial Inclusion. It attracts participants ranging from financial sector regulators, microfinance practitioners, advocates, academic institutions, donor agencies, international financial institutions, NGOs, domestic government agencies and others.
At FIIS 2017, delegates will access innovations, share knowledge, network and engage in technical exchanges to further the effective, efficient and sustainable delivery of financial services within the unique constraints of the region.. It attracts participants ranging from financial sector regulators, microfinance practitioners, advocates, academic institutions, donor agencies, international financial institutions, NGOs, domestic government agencies and others.
At FIIS 2017, delegates will access innovations, share knowledge, network and engage in technical exchanges to further the effective, efficient and sustainable delivery of financial services within the unique constraints of the region.
Wealth Creation as a key enabler of prosperity in the region will be a major topic, and important dialogue on long term and sustainable wealth creation across the region will be facilitated. Other topics which will be discussed and debated at FIIS 2017 will include:
The FIIS 2017 will be hosted by the Bank of Papua New Guinea and be held at the Stanley Hotel in Port Moresby from 29-31 August. This event will bring together up to 200 participants from across the region and beyond to discuss and debate pertinent issues impacting financial inclusion in the region.
An overview of financial inclusion in the Pacific region including the latest statistics and updates on significant financial inclusion initiatives.
•Industry reform and market responses – how can access to finance for SMEs be accelerated?
•Showcases of new innovative products, services, delivery channels and programs of financial services providers.
•Enabling microenterprise – what are the supply and demand side influences on microenterprise development in the Pacific?
•Customer centricity – Moving beyond access to design products and services which truly meet the needs of customers.
A draft program will be available soon!
The Global Youth Economic Opportunities Summit is a global convening that brings together 500+ leading stakeholders from 55 countries to connect, exchange, and collaborate. Now in its 11th year, the Summit is the largest convening of its kind in North America for the youth economic opportunities community.
The 2017 Global Youth Economic Opportunities Summit theme will explore what the future of work holds for young people in developing contexts and for professionals working to expand youth economic opportunities globally in a changing world of work.
Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania - 2 DaysTuesday
Women’s World Banking is excited to host its biennial Making Finance Work For Women Summit in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania on October 24th and 25th, 2017. The Summit will convene 300 participants in a variety of innovative sessions addressing the most important issues in women’s financial inclusion. Attendees and participants will include leaders from the financial services, consumer products, and technology industries, investors, philanthropists and government, along with Women’s World Banking’s global footprint of 49 member institutions from 32 countries. This marks Women’s World Banking’s third summit, with past gatherings in Berlin, Germany and Amman, Jordan. We hope you will join us in Dar es Salaam!
Where profit meets purpose
Canada’s leading impact investing conference is back.
Don’t miss your chance to save $250 with early bird pricing for Social Finance Forum 2017. Now in its 10th year, the Forum will have its most ambitious program ever, with internationally recognized speakers, expert opinions, venture pitch sessions and workshops highlighting the latest products and ideas in impact investing.
As Canada’s impact investing market continues to grow at a record pace, the Forum will highlight how Canadian investors can reach out to create sustainable development both at home and overseas.