Impact Investment for Development Summit 2017

United Nations Development Programme

INSEAD Social Entrepreneurship Initiative




$172.5 trillion is needed to meet SDGs by 2030

$365 Billion annually flows from developed to developing countries

$60 billion assets under “impact“ management today

3.2% of the world's population is starting social ventures



Banny Banerjee, Stanford ChangeLabs

It’s such a beautiful opportunity for transformation that I just had to come.


Julia Balandina, JBJ Consult

A collaborative, action-oriented, multi-stakeholder dialogue!


Kevin Jones, SOCAP

Discovery of new allies.


Daniela Deuber, BMW Foundation Herbert Quandt

It was not just plenaries, but there was really room for discussion and cooperation, involving all the different stakeholders.


Arthur Wood, Total Impact Capital

In terms of engaging stakeholders in the UN, this is definitely one of the most innovative I’ve seen.


Tatevik Petrossian, RANEPA

Certainly one of the most proactive and pragmatic summits I’ve been to.


Magdy Martinez-Soliman

Assistant Secretary General, Director, Bureau for Policy and Programme Support, UNDP

Kevin Jones

Co-founder & Convener, Social Capital Markets, SOCAP

Banny Bannerjee

Founder and Director, Stanford ChangeLabs

Hans Wahl

Director, INSEAD Social Entrepreneurship Initiative

Arthur Wood

Founding Partner, Total Impact Capital

Jeremy Nicholls

Chief Executive, Social Value International and Social Value UK

Giulio Quaggiotto

Innovation Specialis, NESTA UK

Alexis Bonnell

USAID Global Development Lab

Mika Pyykkö

CEO, Sitra Fund, Finland

Audrey Selian

Co-founder, Artha Networks; Rianta Capital Zurich

Ahmad Ashkar

Founder and CEO,  Hult Prize Foundation, UNDP Innovation Advisory Board

Toshihiro Nakamura

Co-Founder and CEO, Kopernik

Erinch Sahan

Head of Private Sector Development, Oxfam

Ozodkhon Davlatshoev

Executive Director, Aga Khan Development Network Global Enterprise Development initiatives in Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Afghanistan and Pakistan

Pentti Pikkarainen

Director, Financial Markets Department, Ministry of Finance

Raphaël Mazet


Silke Horáková

CEO, Czech Private Equity & Venture Capital Association

Tina Beattie

Global Humanitatrian Lab

Tina Lee Odinsky-Zec

Director, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Zagreb School of Economics and Management (ZSEM)

Mariianne Crary

Founder/CEO, HubSV

Dr. Julia Balandina Jaquier

Founder, JBJ Consult/Author, Catalyzing Wealth for Change: Guide to Impact investing

Luke Disney

Executive Director, INSEAD Social Innovation Center

Ewa Konczal

CEE Manager, European Venture Philanthropy Association (EVPA)

Noa Segre

Director of Investor Relations, JVP

Esben Emborg

Managing Principal Partner, SEAF Caucasus

Salah-Eddine Kandri

Global Head of Education, IFC-World Bank Group

Tal Ronen

President and Co-Founder, YK Center

Dmitri Mariyasin

Deputy Resident Coordinator, UN Armenia

Oxana Binzaru

Investment Manager, Finance in Motion

Karim Samra

Chief Operating Officer, Hult Prize

Pierre Gurdjian

President of the Board of Directors, Free University of Brussels

Bradley Busetto

Resident Coordinator, United Nations Armenia




is the United Nation’s development arm, working in over 170 countries of the world and delivering over $4.5 billion annually in grant assistance in such areas as sustainable development, governance and peacebuilding, climate resilience and post-crisis response and recovery.  Focused on supporting countries in achieving the SDGs, UNDP seeks to instill innovation in every aspect of its work and to partner with the private sector in seeking innovative financing solutions. UNDP in Armenia the conference host – is pioneering the UN’s work in social innovation and support to social entrepreneurship..



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