Kellogg Insight Live
The Growth of Impact Investing
With impact investing growing in scale and attention from mainstream investors, it is my pleasure to invite you to Kellogg Insight Live: The Growth of Impact Investing.
Please join me Thursday, February 11, for an evening of compelling discussion with an expert panel, featuring Jocelyn Cortez-Young '07 and Nathan Troutman '86. We will explore how impact investing differs from the related fields of sustainable finance and venture philanthropy. We'll look at the most attractive segments of the impact investing market by sector and region, and compare financial returns to benchmarks across conventional asset classes. And we'll discuss the importance of basing impact investment decisions on rigorous financial analysis and well-defined impact measures.
Register now to join your classmates and the Kellogg Alumni Club of New York to reconnect and exchange insights at this alumni-exclusive event.
Clinical Professor of Finance
Location: The Park Hyatt | 153 W. 57th Street, New York, NY
Time: 6pm - Registration
7pm - Main Program
8pm - Networking Reception
Jocelyn Cortez-Young '07 is founder and CEO of Minerva Capital, a double bottom line impact investment firm focusing on emerging markets. Previously, she was at Citibank, responsible for directing capital markets investments for a US $6bn investment portfolio and developing hedging strategies for the top families in Latin America. Her experience working in both domestic and international markets makes her a dynamic leader in the bourgeoning Impact Investment sector.
Nathan Troutman '86 has established a unique entrepreneurial track record in his 30+ year career, building investment management businesses and restructuring companies and investments across varied asset classes. He has also become known for his effectiveness in working with some of the world’s most prominent business families. Currently, he serves as President of Troutman Investment Management. Earlier, he served as Senior Managing Director at Vulcan Capital, as well Managing Director at Greenbridge Partners, where he was Advisor to Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft.