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From Grant Making To Mission Related Investments

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Jacqueline van Voorthuizen, CEO - Zyllian Strategies - Netherlands

Jacqueline van Voorthuizen, CEO - Zyllian Strategies - Netherlands

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  • 1.  
  • 2. Challenges The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid, C.K. Prahalad & Stuart L. Hart
  • 3.
    • “ If the entire world lived like North Americans,
    • it would take three planets earth
    • to support the present world population”
    • Harvard Business Review, 1997 Stuart Hart, “ Beyond Greening ”
    Constraints
  • 4. Money is not a constraint... Source: Worldwatch Institute, State of the World 2004
  • 5.
    • “ The ultimate business opportunity ”
    • “ Win-win business models ”
    • “ Blending financial and social value ”
    • Bron:
    • Doing business with the poor, 2004
    • World Business Council for Sustainable Development
    ...business opportunity neither
  • 6. So... what’s the problem?
    • Who’s behind the wheel ?
  • 7. Another way to look at it
    • The market is an efficient, effective, and innovative instrument for sustainable development
  • 8. Support
    • “ There are many positive ways for business to make a difference in the lives of the poor – not through philanthropy, though that is also very important, but through initiatives that, over time, will help to build new markets .”
    • Kofi Annan, United Nations, Secretary General
  • 9. How can we bridge the gap? EQUITY BONDS GRANTS ?
  • 10. How to bridge the gap EQUITY (PRIVATE) BONDS CASH GRANTS SRI EQUITY BONDS SUSTAIN. PRIVATE EQUITY SOCIAL VENTURE CAPITAL VENTURE PHILAN- THROPY MICRO- FINANCE
  • 11. Multiple bottom line portfolio construction (1) MISSION RELATED RETURN equity 8-12% real estate cash bonds 3% 6-8% private equity 15-20% gifts & grants -100% 4-5% FINANCIAL RETURN
  • 12. Multiple bottom line portfolio construction (2) equity real estate cash bonds 3% 4-5% private equity -100% sustainable private equity social vc mf 15–20% 0-20% 2-5% 8-12% 6-8% 15-20% FINANCIAL RETURN SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL RETURN
  • 13. Multiple bottom line portfolio construction (3) SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL RETURN FINANCIAL RETURN equity real estate cash bonds 3% private equity -100% sustainable private equity social vc mf 15-20% 0-20% 2-5% alternative or direct SRI public or indirect SRI 8-12% 4-5% 6-8% 15-20%
  • 14. Social and environmental returns MISSION RELATED RETURN
    • less child labor
    • clean water
    • clean energy
    • health care
    • education
    • poverty alleviation
    • sustainability
    comparable financial returns FINANCIAL RETURN
  • 15. Tools
    • A multiple risk return profile
    • A purpose budget
    • The millennium development goals
    • The disciplinary power of the financial market
  • 16. The result
  • 17.  

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