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Social Investment Academy: Act: 2nd November 2016

SIA: The best way to understand a good idea is to ACT

Worthstone

Wednesday, 2 November 2016 from 09:30 to 16:30 (GMT)

SIA: The best way to understand a good idea is to ACT

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2 Nov 2016 £280.00 £15.89 £59.18

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Event Details

The Social Investment Academy® (SIA) is a unique, CPD accredited forum where you can gain insight and learn from leaders who are bringing social investment to the mainstream amongst private investors. 

In attending this event, we believe you will gather the market intelligence and contacts you need to help move social investment forward in your business, in addition to gaining insight into why signing up for the Adviser Competency Training might be your next step along this journey.

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0930: Registration inc. refreshments, wi-fi and expert surgeries with Neil Pearson, Antony Elliott & Richard Child

1000: Welcome

1015: Keynote to be revealed next week

1030: Rich Johnson (FCA) - FCA's response to their call for input on the barriers to social investment

1045: Luke Fletcher (Partner, BWB) - Brexit scenarios and how it impacts social investment

1100: James Perry (Co-Founder & Director, COOK) and Peter Baxter (Member of the Board of Trust for London) - Offering investments with benchmark financial returns seeking impact alpha

1115: Coffee break & networking

1145: Phase I Launch of ACT - Adviser Competency Training for Social Investment

1200: Panel discussion. Final panellists to be revealed next week

1235: Social Entrepreneur & Beneficiary

1245: Networking lunch

1330-1600: Practical “How To” sessions

Breakout 1 Michael Smith (Director, Chamberlyns) - Advising clients on SITR investments

Breakout 2 Murray McEwan (Director, Flowers McEwan) - Financial planning models to introduce clients to social investment

1430: Coffee break & networking

Breakout 3 Practical application session

Breakout 4 How to ensure PI cover for social investment advice

1605: Speaker to be revealed

1620: Close

 

Rich Johnson

Rich joined the then FSA in 2007 at the start of the financial crisis.  Since then he has held a wide range of roles including being seconded to HM Treasury Ministerial office during the 2010 General Election, managing the Chief Executive’s office of the FCA and more recently leading on the development of the FCA’s policy for the Senior Managers and Certification Regimes for banks.

Peter Baxter

Peter has over 30 years’ experience in the investment management industry. He is a member of the Board of Trust for London, a charitable foundation, where he chairs the Investment Committee. He was also Chief Executive of Old Mutual Asset Managers (UK).

James Perry

James is co-founder and Director of COOK, a certified B Corporation. He is co-Chairman of B Lab UK and a member of the B Lab’s Global Governance Council. He leads Panahpur, his family’s foundation, and is also a Deputy Chairman of the Social Stock Exchange and a Trustee of Access Foundation.

Luke Fletcher

Luke is a Partner at Bates Well Braithwaite. He specialises in charity, social enterprise, responsible business and impact investing, designing innovative legal and constitutional structures and acting for a wide variety of clients with an impact oriented business model.

Antony Elliott

Antony Elliott OBE, FCIB is chief executive of The Fairbanking Foundation which he founded in 2008.  He spent over ten years as Group Risk Director of a major retail bank having worked for a number of UK and international banks previously. He has been actively involved in researching the field of financial well-being since 2004 and has a large number of published reports in the area.  In 2014 he was awarded an OBE for services to bank customers.

Neil Pearson

Neil is a tax adviser specialising in advising on investments under the venture capital schemes and also social investment tax relief. Neil was closely involved in the development of SITR and the relevant legislation, and now joins the social enterprise team at leading law firm Mills & Reeve LLP from the start of October. Aside from advising, writing and lecturing on the subject of SITR, Neil’s most recent experience includes working on several SITR-qualifying investments and helping with the formation of an SITR fund.

Michael Smith

In addition to being a Chartered Wealth Manager, Michael is a Chartered Financial Planner and holds the globally recognised Certified Financial Planner qualification. He is a Fellow of both the PFS and the CISI and as such, is one of the most highly qualified financial planning professionals in the UK. Michael is Director and Co-Owner of Chamberlyns, which, in addition to holding Corporate Chartered Financial Planner status, is proud to be among the UK’s elite group of Accredited Financial Planning Firms™.


 

Why attend this event?

It is the largest gathering in the UK of over 120 financial planners, wealth managers, family offices and investment managers, all focused on social investment, who come together to reboot their market intelligence and refresh their contacts in this fast-moving sector.

Hear real-life lessons in best practice from pioneering financial advisers, engage with many of the key market influencers, quiz those in the know during our workshop sessions and be inspired by social entrepreneurs who are delivering social impact every day.

Attendees will also be the first to hear about ACT, the Adviser Competency Training for social investment. This ground-breaking initiative builds on the idea that understanding the concept of social investment is important but being able to make the concept a reality with your clients is crucial. Hear about this immersive social investment educational programme that will help you to demonstrate competence and professional credibility to your clients along with exclusive SIA attendee discounts!


 

Who was at our last event?

There was a high proportion of private wealth advisors in attendance along with investment providers, sector influencers, social enterprises and other attendees such as press etc.

Attendee graph


 

The Social Investment Academy always aspires to bring participants together to inform, equip and inspire.

See below for the results of last year's feedback

Inform

See the results of when our attendees were asked how well informed they felt about Social Investment Tax Relief/Social Impact Investing on a scale of 0-10 (where 0 is 'not well informed' and 10 is 'completely informed') both before and after the event.

 Chart depicting number of attendees at the last academy

 

Distance travelled IFAs

Equip

When asked what was the most valuable aspect of the event, themes of the survey responses centred around the panel sessions, the opportunity for discussion and acquiring technical knowledge from other financial advisers through networking and incubator sessions, and hearing the FCA speak on regulatory issues.

Inspire

Previous speakers, sponsors and supporters include:

Antony Elliott OBE, FCIB is chief executive of The Fairbanking Foundation which he founded in 2008; it conducts research, provides advice and is a certification body for the Fairbanking Mark.  He spent over ten years as Group Risk Director of a major retail bank having worked for a number of UK and international banks previously. He has been actively involved in researching the field of financial well-being since 2004 and has a large number of published reports in the area.  Antony has a degree in Banking and International Finance from City University and a master’s degree in Operational Research from Imperial College, London. In 2014 he was awarded an OBE for services to bank customers.

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Bates Wells Braithwaite
10 Queen Street Place
EC4R 1BE London
United Kingdom

Wednesday, 2 November 2016 from 09:30 to 16:30 (GMT)


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Worthstone is helping to bring social impact investment to maturity amongst the wealth advice community across the UK.

The Social Investment Academy® is the largest gathering of wealth advisers focused on social investment in the UK.

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