What Social Impact Bonds Mean for Corporate Philanthropy
11 June, 2014 11:00 AM EST [11:00] | (1 hr) | Time Zone Converter
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A social impact bond (SIB) is an emerging financial model that contracts governments, social investors, and nonprofit service providers to deliver social benefit. An SIB’s outcome is predicated on robust social impact metrics that are written into the contract.
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Who Should Attend: Managers responsible for corporate giving and social impact measurement – including foundation, corporate philanthropy, corporate social responsibility, and global citizenship managers.
Alex Parkinson is a Research Associate in the Corporate Leadership division of The Conference Board. He specializes in corporate philanthropy and sustainability, and is currently building his research portfolio focusing on social impact measuremen... Full Bio