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IIP-Impact Investment Exchange (IIX)
Singapore, Singapore (Outgoing Program)
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Program Terms: Summer
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Dept Offering Program: International Internship Program (IIP) Program Type: Internship
Language Prerequisite: No Degree Level: 1st year u/g students, 2nd year u/g students, 3rd year u/g students
Time Away: Summer Housing options: Student Responsibilty with support from IIP and/or Host Organization
Program Group: International Internship Program Duration of Program: 8 or more weeks
Program Adviser: Shahreen Rahman
Program Description:
Program Description:
Impact Investment Exchange

Organization Overview

IIX (Impact Investment Exchange Asia Pte Ltd) is a global organization dedicated to building a more inclusive world by changing financial systems and innovating solutions for women empowerment, climate action, and community resilience. Over the past decade, we have built the world’s largest crowdfunding platform for impact investing (Impact Partners), created innovative financial products such as the Women's Livelihood Bond, operated award-winning enterprise technical assistance programs such as IIX ACTS, and established an Impact Institute for training and education. To date, our work has spanned 46 countries, unlocked US$127 million of private sector capital to support 150+ enterprises, avoided over a million tons of carbon and impacted over 77 million direct and household lives. The foundation of IIX's work is its proprietary Impact Assessment which effectively measures the social and environmental impact of the investment and gives value to the voices of the underserved. IIX has received numerous awards for its work including the Oslo Business for Peace Award, the ‘Nobel Prize for Business.’    
 
Intern Responsibilities:

Please note all accepted interns will be working across teams as needed.

1. Impact Partners
Conduct social enterprise and investor outreach including direct engagement with investors, high-net worth individuals and banks. Assess and guide social enterprises to be investor-ready and manage their capital raising process. This work includes financial modeling and analysis, process management and building trusted relationships.


2. Growth & Innovation
Cultivate important relationships and initiatives that will result in strategic partnerships with IIX. This team focuses on developing and marketing IIX’s products and services to fulfill needs in the social enterprise and impact investment community. Conduct research and analysis of impact enterprises and the impact investing space, including country-wide, sector-specific or ecosystem-targeted research and broader policy perspectives. The organization's research culminates in published reports that are widely disseminated.


3. Innovative Finance
Support the structuring of pooled credit vehicles and contribute to IIX’s other areas of work.  The team performs credit analysis, provides financial analysis and full credit reports on selected impact enterprises and micro-finance institutions and assist in raising and structuring credit facilities and/or investment capital for IEs and MFIs through participation in the transaction process.


4. Advocacy & Knowledgement Management
Build strategic messaging and initiatives that promote the impact investing and social enterprise space in Asia. Work closely across both IIX and IIX Foundation to build cohesive and compelling stories of how social capital markets influence sustainable development.


Qualifications:
Shortlisted candidates will be required to complete a test and interview with at least one IIX team member. Please indicate any additional preferred academic or technical skills and qualifications required.
Students in their junior year are encouraged to apply. 

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