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Webinar: Impact Investing & Financial Inclusion

Billions of people across the globe lack access to a range of financial tools and institutions, including low income and diverse communities in the United States. Full or partial exclusion from finance and investment opportunities means that a large demographic groups globally cannot access the basic tools that are meant to assist individuals, families, and enterprises manage their financial lives, including savings for education or housing, loans for starting or expanding businesses, health or other insurance, and planning for the future. New structures that ensure greater financial inclusion are becoming more popular among impact investors who care about social equity, reducing systemic poverty, and expanding impact investing to reach the people that need it most. Join us to learn about what financial inclusion is all about and to challenge your ideas about impact investing in the hardest-to-reach demographics.

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05/21/15 10:00am — 11:30am

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05/21/15 10:00am — 11:30am

location

Date TBD

Billions of people across the globe lack access to a range of financial tools and institutions, including low income and diverse communities in the United States. Full or partial exclusion from finance and investment opportunities means that a large demographic groups globally cannot access the basic tools that are meant to assist individuals, families, and enterprises manage their financial lives, including savings for education or housing, loans for starting or expanding businesses, health or other insurance, and planning for the future. New structures that ensure greater financial inclusion are becoming more popular among impact investors who care about social equity, reducing systemic poverty, and expanding impact investing to reach the people that need it most. Join us to learn about what financial inclusion is all about and to challenge your ideas about impact investing in the hardest-to-reach demographics.

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