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Venture Partner, Ananda Ventures
Marketing and Communications Ace, Insane Logic
Head Go-Getter, Insane Logic
Director, Collaborative Capital Ltd
Chief Executive Officer, Kent Autistic Trust
Director of Quality, Choice Support
Director of Business Development, Social and Sustainable Capital (SASC)
CEO, PSS (UK)
Investment Associate , IVUK
Partner, Apposite Capital
Managing Director, Dimensions
Project Director, Lifeways Group
Investment Director, Nesta Impact Investments
CEO, United Response
CEO & Founder, SES - Who Cares Wins
CEO, Ieso Digital Health
Managing Director, Turning Point
--, Insane Logic
Following the success of their last dinners, this is the third TableCrowd dinner Insane Logic are holding around the theme of Social Care. The topic for the evening will be 'The Social Funding Debate: How do you finance growth in adult care organisations?’ It is a chance to meet industry professionals from the Health and Social Care sector, and hear from Elizabeth Corrado, Director of Collaborative Capital Ltd, Sam Gray, a specialist health and social care investor from Apposite Capital, and a Vinay Nair from Social and Sustainable Capital.
Our 3 speakers will be discussing the social finance sector and the potential options available for Social Care organisations. There will be a chance to ask our speakers questions you have and to discuss issues and ideas with others who work in and with Social Care organisations. Insane Logic will be facilitating the dinner which looks set to be an interesting and fun evening for those who are passionate about financing adult care. Come along to share and discuss the challenges your company faces and to share ideas and advice over dinner.
>Sam Gray - Partner at Apposite Capital
Sam joined Apposite Capital a specialist health and social care investor in 2007. He has been involved in all of Apposite’s health and social care services and health IT portfolio including investments in outpatient cancer centres, home care, pharmacy and social care services, and he has served on portfolio company Boards in both the UK and the US.
Sam has been involved in deal-making in the healthcare sector since 2000 and has experience spanning venture and growth capital, management buyouts, and large corporate deals across the health and social care subsectors. Sam began his career when he joined Deutsche Bank's mergers and acquisitions practice, working with a number of multinational clients on corporate divestitures and acquisitions, including public takeovers and leveraged buy-outs.
Sam then joined the Business Development team at Belgian pharmaceutical company, UCB, where he worked on global product licensing and M&A, including UCB's $2.7bn acquisition of the UK public biotech company, Celltech. Sam has a first degree in Natural Sciences and a masters degree in Chemistry from Cambridge University, as well as an MBA from Harvard Business School.
>Vinay Nair, Director of Business Development
Vinay is Director of Business Development and serves in the same capacity at SASC’s partner organisation, the Social Investment Business. He previously worked as Head of International Business Development at the social impact investor, Acumen. He also worked for the Clinton Foundation HIV/AIDS Initiative in Mozambique. He is a former Executive Director at JPMorgan, London, where he was head of a fixed-income marketing team.
Vinay has launched two social enterprises, one in rural Mozambique, working with HIV-positive women to make and sell jam, and one in the U.K., focusing on out-of-hours primary health care. Vinay received his BA (Hons.) in Economics and Political Science from Trinity College Dublin and a Masters in Public Administration (MPA) from the London School of Economics.
Vinay is a Trustee and interim Chair of the Social Entrepreneurs Trust, and an ‘expert-in-residence’ at the Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship at Oxford University. He is on the advisory board of the Centre for Talented Youth of Ireland and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts (FRSA).
>Elizabeth Corrado, Director at Collaborative Capital
Elizabeth Corrado is an adviser in social and sustainable finance and impact investing and is focused developing innovative and collaborative initiatives to raise social investment capital. She is currently exploring the opportunity to develop a venture philanthropy initiative committed to supporting and investing in social innovation in ageing.
She built and led the financial advisory and capital raising business for the social financial advisory intermediary ClearlySo and subsequently partnered with Nesta Impact Investments to develop an innovative social impact investment fund with the objective to catalyse the interest of housing associations and health & social care providers to partner as strategic investors to invest in increasingly converging social investment priorities in health & housing.
Elizabeth previously worked for the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, Dresdner Kleinwort and Lehman Brothers in structured and corporate finance and has an MA in International Relations from SAIS, the School for Advanced International Studies, at Johns Hopkins University inn Bologna and Washington DC.
This is a private dinner hosted by Insane Logic. Annie Logan will be there on the night.