Collaborating on Programs and Events
With over 2,000 individuals in our network, the Impact Capital Forum (ICF) is among the largest individual network organizations globally in the impact and microfinance sectors. The strength and growth of our network comes out of the expanded opportunities that come from membership and partnerships in the network.
Please contact us if you are interested in planning or hosting an event with ICF on emerging and relevant issues in financial inclusion or related fields, including, but not limited to, impact investing, social entrepreneurship and microfinance. These events may be broadly educational and available, or curated for a specialized audience. We also selectively collaborate on the publication and promotion of thought-leadership viewpoints and research. Reach us at email@example.com .
If your company, organization or college/university has, or is interested in starting, a impact investing/microfinance club, please contact the IFC Board. We would be happy to assist you and collaborate on any future programs, events, or thought leadership where appropriate.Organizations in Collaboration with ICF
We co-host and co-promote events with a number of esteemed organizations, including:
The Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce
Concordia - a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to actively fostering, elevating, and sustaining cross-sector partnerships for social impact.
The Grunin Center for Law and Social Entrepreneurship at New York University's School of Law
The Impact Investing Legal Working Group - an association of lawyers who work in the field of impact investing and represent a diverse array of organizations, including impact investors, social enterprises, law firms, nonprofit organizations, foundations, and academic institutions
Palladium International - a global impact firm, working to link social progress and commercial growth in over 90 countries.
Peacock Capital Advisors Group
Special thanks to the leading banking institutions that host many of our events: BNP Paribas, Credit Suisse, and DWS (formerly Deutsche Bank Asset Management)