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Welcome to the 2016 Impact Investment Summit Asia Pacific.

We are excited to present you this year’s program of the Asia Pacific’s largest gathering of impact investors. 

Please note that more speakers will join our stellar lineup - watch this space for updates and news!

The Program may be subject to change due to unforseen circumstances.
 
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Kylie Charlton (Australian Impact Investments)

Australian Impact Investments
Chief Investment Officer

Kylie has worked at the intersection of mainstream capital markets, impact investment and philanthropy since 2004 when she joined Unitus Labs in Seattle to lead their capital markets initiative. In 2008, Kylie co-founded Unitus Capital on the basis of this work and a commitment to mobilising capital to enable the success of businesses providing innovative market based solutions to environmental and social challenges. Since its launch, Unitus Capital has arranged more than US$1 .4 billion for businesses benefiting low-income populations in India and SE Asia. 

Kylie is the Chief Investment Officer for Australian Impact Investments, a financial advisory group specialised in designing, implementing and managing impact investment portfolios for wholesale investors. She also serves as a venture partner to the Giant Leap Fund and investment committee member of the Indigeneous Real Estate Investment Trust, as well as lecturing on impact investment for the University of New South Wales and University of Western Australia. Outside of these roles her work includes: authoring submissions and participating in roundtables for commissioned studies of the Australian Government in regard to the development of the market for impact investment; consulting to and serving as an ex-officio committee member for the Australian Government in regard to Social Enterprise Development and Investment Fund (SEDIF); and co-authoring the feasibility assessment study and surveying investor appetite for the NSW Social Benefit Bonds (also referred to as social impact bonds). Prior to transitioning her career to impact investment, 

Kylie graduated in Commerce (Banking and Finance) at University of Canberra and has an MBA from the Saïd Business School at the University of Oxford in England.