Change the World by Transforming  Traditional Donors  into  Social Investors
Liquidnet is the premier global marketplace for institutional investors.  Since 2007, the company has devoted a percentage...
Liquidnet For Good  includes robust employee engagement efforts, sustainability programs, and a signature project: a holis...
<ul><ul><li>Through our Markets for Good initiative, Liquidnet is applying what we do best in our business to the social s...
MARKET  DEFINITION Market:  n.  1. a place where buyers and sellers convene for trade.
THE  PROMISE  OF MARKETS In a more perfect world, markets would  efficiently distribute money  –  in the form of debt, equ...
THE  SPECTRUM  OF MARKETS
THE  SPECTRUM  OF MARKETS RETURN MEASUREMENT PLATFORMS INVESTMENT TYPE AVERAGE TRANSACTION COST MARKET SIZE “ MARKETS FOR ...
Markets for Good aims to address the CHALLENGES IN THE PHILANTHROPIC ECOSYSTEM:
How might we make it  easier  and cheaper  for  nonprofits   to raise money?
How might we make it  easier  for  donors  to find effective nonprofits to donate to?
How might we ensure that higher-performing nonprofits  are receiving enough donations so that they can effectively meet th...
GIVING MARKETS  TODAY
BILLIONS OF DROPS IN  MILLIONS OF BUCKETS Source:  Giving USA Foundation (2007) Sources:  Foundation Center, Slate, via  D...
THE  LONG TAIL  OF GIVING Source:  Giving USA Foundation (2007) Sources:  Foundation Center, Slate, via  Disrupting Philan...
LITTLE GIVING  BASED ON PERFORMANCE Source:  Hope Consulting, Money for Good: The US Market for Impact Investments and Cha...
UNDERSTANDING  DONORS If we understand the various  motivations  driving donors,  we can  more fully engage  them in socia...
TOMORROW:  GIVING MARKETS With enough  demand from donors  and  sufficient supply of information about nonprofits , we mig...
LIQUIDNET IMPACT CHALLENGE   TO NET IMPACT MEMBERS:  How can we turn  traditional donors  into  social investors  who dema...
SOCIAL INVESTORS     BETTER WORLD <ul><ul><li>Driving </li></ul></ul>Social Investors <ul><ul><li>Efficiently to </li></u...
LEARN  MORE marketsforgood.com @marketsforgood
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  1. 1. Change the World by Transforming Traditional Donors into Social Investors
  2. 2. Liquidnet is the premier global marketplace for institutional investors. Since 2007, the company has devoted a percentage of revenues to social causes through an award-winning corporate social engagement program called Liquidnet For Good .
  3. 3. Liquidnet For Good includes robust employee engagement efforts, sustainability programs, and a signature project: a holistic living, learning and healing community for orphaned and vulnerable youth in Rwanda. Now, we’re also leveraging our core competency.
  4. 4. <ul><ul><li>Through our Markets for Good initiative, Liquidnet is applying what we do best in our business to the social sector. </li></ul></ul>LEVERAGING LIQUIDNET’S CORE COMPETENCY <ul><ul><li>Liquidnet’s core competency is to use technology and the power of collaboration to remove inefficiencies in a fragmented marketplace. </li></ul></ul>
  5. 5. MARKET DEFINITION Market: n. 1. a place where buyers and sellers convene for trade.
  6. 6. THE PROMISE OF MARKETS In a more perfect world, markets would efficiently distribute money – in the form of debt, equity and philanthropic grants – to organizations that are sustainably achieving the greatest social impact .
  7. 7. THE SPECTRUM OF MARKETS
  8. 8. THE SPECTRUM OF MARKETS RETURN MEASUREMENT PLATFORMS INVESTMENT TYPE AVERAGE TRANSACTION COST MARKET SIZE “ MARKETS FOR GOOD” FINANCIAL CAPITAL MARKETS Financial Return Financial Performance Measurement <ul><li>Debt </li></ul><ul><li>Equity </li></ul><ul><li>Retail (mutual funds, online brokers) </li></ul><ul><li>Institutional (Exchanges, Alternative Trading Systems) </li></ul>About 5% FINANCIAL CAPITAL MARKETS $50 Trillion SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE INVESTING Social Screening and Shareholder Advocacy $7 Trillion
  9. 9. Markets for Good aims to address the CHALLENGES IN THE PHILANTHROPIC ECOSYSTEM:
  10. 10. How might we make it easier and cheaper for nonprofits to raise money?
  11. 11. How might we make it easier for donors to find effective nonprofits to donate to?
  12. 12. How might we ensure that higher-performing nonprofits are receiving enough donations so that they can effectively meet their mission?
  13. 13. GIVING MARKETS TODAY
  14. 14. BILLIONS OF DROPS IN MILLIONS OF BUCKETS Source: Giving USA Foundation (2007) Sources: Foundation Center, Slate, via Disrupting Philanthropy: Technology and the Future of the Social Sector , by Lucy Bernholz with Edward Skloot and Barry Varela
  15. 15. THE LONG TAIL OF GIVING Source: Giving USA Foundation (2007) Sources: Foundation Center, Slate, via Disrupting Philanthropy: Technology and the Future of the Social Sector , by Lucy Bernholz with Edward Skloot and Barry Varela
  16. 16. LITTLE GIVING BASED ON PERFORMANCE Source: Hope Consulting, Money for Good: The US Market for Impact Investments and Charitable Gifts from Individual Donors and Investors, May 2010
  17. 17. UNDERSTANDING DONORS If we understand the various motivations driving donors, we can more fully engage them in social investing. Source: Hope Consulting, Money for Good: The US Market for Impact Investments and Charitable Gifts from Individual Donors and Investors, May 2010
  18. 18. TOMORROW: GIVING MARKETS With enough demand from donors and sufficient supply of information about nonprofits , we might transform the philanthropic ecosystem into giving markets . TRANSACTION PLATFORM FOR INFORMATION & INVESTING RETURN: “ I demand a high social return on my investment and I know that I am making an impact .” RETURN: “ We can demonstrate that we are making a difference and are able to attract more funding to continue to do so.” RETURN: “ My needs are being met and I have a voice .”
  19. 19. LIQUIDNET IMPACT CHALLENGE TO NET IMPACT MEMBERS: How can we turn traditional donors into social investors who demand a high social return on their investment?
  20. 20. SOCIAL INVESTORS  BETTER WORLD <ul><ul><li>Driving </li></ul></ul>Social Investors <ul><ul><li>Efficiently to </li></ul></ul>More Capital <ul><ul><li>Leads to </li></ul></ul>Higher Performing Nonprofits A Better World
  21. 21. LEARN MORE marketsforgood.com @marketsforgood
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