Venue: Banco BPM Representation Office – Palazzo Altieri – 2° floor – Piazza del Gesu’ 49
Registration: 3.30 – 4.00 p.m.
Opening Session: 4.00 -7.30 p.m.
- Gianmarco Castellani, Head Third Sector, Banco BPM
- Mario La Torre, University of Roma “La Sapienza”
Round Table: Deconstructing Traditional Finance
Chair: Mario Calderini
Guest Speaker: Giovanna Melandri, Social Impact Agenda per l’Italia
The Italian Challenge to Traditional Finance: the Role of the Social Impact Agenda per l’Italia
- Francesca Brunori, Head of Financial Affairs of Confindustria
- Sara Lovisolo, London Stock Exchange Group
- Gianfranco Torriero, Vice General Manager, Associazione Bancaria Italiana
- Francesca Medda, University College London
- Then Volker, Heidelberg University
- Wouter Torfs, European Investment Fund
Presentation of SIA Scientific Committee
Launch of the Center for Positive Finance
Launch of the University Alliance for Positive Finance
Venue: University of Rome “La Sapienza” – Aula Magna – Piazza Borghese 9
Institutional Sessions A: 13 December, 9.00 -10.30 a.m.
Eugenio Gaudio, Rector, University of Rome “La Sapienza”;
Fabrizio D’Ascenzo, Dean, Faculty of Economics, University of Rome “La Sapienza”
Mario Baccini, Chairman, Ente Nazionale per il Microcredito
Giuseppe Chinè, Chief Cabinet, Ministry of Education (MIUR)
Round Table: Social Impact Investments and Sustainable Growth
Chair: Mario La Torre, Sapienza University of Rome – Mario Calderini Politecnico Milano
- Ivan Faiella, Senior Economist of Economics and Statistics Department, Bank of Italy
- Marcello Minenna, Adjunct Professor, London Graduate School of Mathematical Finance
- Rossana Revello, Chair CSR Committee, Confindustria
Coffee break 10.30 – 11.00 a.m.
Institutional Sessions B: 13 December, 11.00 a.m. -1.00 p.m.
Round Table: Sustainable Finance, Financial Regulation and Business Models
Chair: Mario La Torre, Sapienza University of Rome
Guest Speaker: Irene Basile, Policy Analyst, Financing for Sustainable Development, OECD Development Co-operation Directorate
“Highlights from the Forthcoming OECD Report “OECD Social Impact Investment: The Impact Imperative”
- Bernardo Mattarella, CEO, Banca del Mezzogiorno
- Giovanni Pirovano, Vice Chairperson, Banca Mediolanum and Italian Banking Association
- Vincenzo Algeri, Head of UBI Comunità, UBI Banca
- Alessandro Messina, General Manager Banca Etica
Lunch 1.00-2.00 p.m.
Scientific Sessions: 13 December, 2.00 -4.00 p.m.
Session 1: Public-Private Partnership and SIB Business Models
Parallel Sessions: submitted papers – presentation and discussion
Session A: 2.00 – 3.00 p.m.
Session A1: Public-Private Partnership and SIB Business Models
Chair: Roberto Randazzo, Adjunct Professor, Tiresia Politecnico di Milano
Analysis and Discussion of the Social Impact Bond Literature
Eleonora Broccardo, Maria Laura Frigotto, Maria Mazzucca
Public-Private Partnerships For Sustainable Investments In Smart Hospitals
Roberto Moro Visconti, Laura Martiniello
Outcomes-based contracts to test preventative policy interventions? The contract design and implementation of Social Impact Bonds in UK Health and Social Care
Stefanie Tan, Alec Fraser, Nicholas Mays
Revolution in public-private partnerships: the new business model of social impact bonds
Mario La Torre, Anna Rita Trotta, Helen Chiappini, Alessandro Rizzello
Emerging funding models for the Italian National Health System: the case of Healthcare Impact Bonds
Profitable Impact Bonds:on the proposal for a more balanced version of Social Impact Bonds
Session A2: Social Impact Investments Ecosystem and Policy
Chair: Marco Spallone, University of Chieti-Pescara, CASMEF LUISS “Guido Carli”
Social Stock Exchanges – Democratization of Capital Investing
Impact investing to the test of Pigou and Coase: for a legal approach to the market
The European Way of Impact Investing: a New Asset Class or an Implementing Policy Tool for Welfare State Recalibration Strategies? Social Investment, the Additionality Principle and the Quest for a Reengineering of Public Finance
Financing Sustainable Development Goals: Economic and legal implications for sustainable entrepreneurship
Raffaele Felicetti, Alessandro Rizzello
Social Impact Investments in Italy: a business ecosystem perspective
Irene Bengo, Alice Borrello, Veronica Chiodo, Davide Romeo Nanni
Session B, 3.00 – 4.00 p.m.
Session B1: Social Impact Measurements
Chair: Fancesca Medda, University College London
The Social Impact of Hospice palliative care: a Case Study
Rosanna Favato, Stefania Scipioni, Daniela Celin, Matteo Moroni
The Value of the Intangible: A SROI analyses of social impact coming from home palliative care assistance
Silvia Varani, Silvia Ciresa, Filippo Montesi, Daniela Rizzoli, Francesca Broccia, Raffaela Pannuti, Franco Pannuti
Scaling trust-based partnership models to recharge youth entrepreneurship: supporting underserved communities with innovative entrepreneurship support instruments
Giulia Parola, Barbara Scheck
Calculating the social impact of sport. The Entella foofball club business case and comparables
Nader Tayser, Rebecca Colomb, Irene Rapallo, Giovanni Lombardo, Federica Viganó
Calculating the social impact of culture. A SROI application in a museum
Giovanni Lombardo, Federica Viganò
Mapping Impact Value: A Framework And Case Study Application For Impact Investing
Alessandro Rizzello, Fabrizio Sammarco, Lorenzo Liotta, Elisabetta Scognamiglio, Margherita Vinciguerra
Session B2: Social Impact Investment Markets, Return and Risk
Chair: Gianfranco Vento, Marconi University, Regent’s University
Do Socially Responsible Investments Add Value During Financial Crisis?
Hooi Hooi Lean, Fabio Pizzutilo
The impact of carbon risk on stock returns: Evidence from the European electric utilities
Enrico Bernardini, Johnny Di Giampaolo, Ivan Faiella, Riccardo Poli
Macro asset allocation with social impact investments
Massimo Biasin, Roy Cerqueti, Emanuela Giacomini, Nicoletta Marinelli, Anna Grazia Quaranta, Luca Riccetti
ESG Risk: improving the forecasting capability of traditional market risk measures
Paolo Capelli, Federica Ielasi
The Increasing Importance of Green Bonds as Instruments of Impact Investing: Towards A New European Standardization
Maria Cristina Quirici
Session C, 2.00 – 4.00 p.m.
(Workshop by Social Value Italia – by invitation only): Impact Assessment: Practices and Experiences
Coffee break 4.00 – 4.30 p.m.
Closing Session: 13 December, 4.30 -5.30 p.m.
Agenda 2019 of Social Impact Agenda
Agenda 2019 of the Center for Positive Finance
Agenda 2019 of the University Alliance for Positive Finance