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  • 1. Change the World by Transforming Traditional Donors into Social Investors
  • 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. 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.
      • Through our Markets for Good initiative, Liquidnet is applying what we do best in our business to the social sector.
    LEVERAGING LIQUIDNET’S CORE COMPETENCY
      • Liquidnet’s core competency is to use technology and the power of collaboration to remove inefficiencies in a fragmented marketplace.
  • 5. MARKET DEFINITION Market: n. 1. a place where buyers and sellers convene for trade.
  • 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. THE SPECTRUM OF MARKETS
  • 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
    • Debt
    • Equity
    • Retail (mutual funds, online brokers)
    • Institutional (Exchanges, Alternative Trading Systems)
    About 5% FINANCIAL CAPITAL MARKETS $50 Trillion SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE INVESTING Social Screening and Shareholder Advocacy $7 Trillion
  • 9. Markets for Good aims to address the CHALLENGES IN THE PHILANTHROPIC ECOSYSTEM:
  • 10. How might we make it easier and cheaper for nonprofits to raise money?
  • 11. How might we make it easier for donors to find effective nonprofits to donate to?
  • 12. How might we ensure that higher-performing nonprofits are receiving enough donations so that they can effectively meet their mission?
  • 13. GIVING MARKETS TODAY
  • 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. SOCIAL INVESTORS  BETTER WORLD
      • Driving
    Social Investors
      • Efficiently to
    More Capital
      • Leads to
    Higher Performing Nonprofits A Better World
  • 21. LEARN MORE marketsforgood.com @marketsforgood