Are you an investor interested in better aligning your investment practices with the principles of reconciliation? Do you want to connect with Indigenous leaders, businesses, philanthropists and asset managers and design opportunities to invest in the Indigenous economy?
If so, join SHARE and NATOA for this important gathering on Investing in Reconciliation and the Indigenous Economy.
NATOA members, SHARE affiliates, non profits, academic institutions, trustees and governments please use code SHARE2018 when registering.
Register for Investing in Reconciliation and the Indigenous Economy: The Role for Institutional Investors
Panels & Speakers
Investing in Reconciliation: An invitation for a more sustainable and inclusive economy
Indigenous leaders will introduce opportunities to put reconciliation into practice in the way investors allocate and steward their capital.
Carol Anne Hilton, Founder of the Indigenomics Institute
Jason Campbell, Director of NATOA and CEO of Arete’ Development Group
Tabatha Bull, Chief Operating Officer, Canadian Council on Aboriginal Business
Economic Reconciliation: The role of the federal government
Business and Reconciliation: The role of investors in supporting the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Call to Action 92
Kate R. Finn, Staff Attorney, First Peoples Investment Engagement Program, University of Colorado Boulder
Delaney Greig, Manager Shareholder Engagement and Policy, Shareholder Association for Research and Education (SHARE)
Moderator: Christie Stephenson, Executive Director, Peter P. Dhillon Centre for Business Ethics, UBC Sauder School of Business
Addressing the Indigenous Infrastructure Gap: The role for institutional investors
Shannin Metatawabin, CEO of the National Aboriginal Capital Corporations Association (NACCA)
Clint Davis, North 35 Capital Partners
Cliff Fregin, New Relationship Trust
Moderator: Nicole McDonald, Program Director, Indigenous Initiatives, McConnell Foundation