AVPN is building the ecosystem for social investors with an active presence in Thailand - from foundations and impact funds to corporations, intermediaries and beyond
An upper-middle income country, Thailand has embarked on a reform programme towards achieving the high-income status. Significant government support for the social economy could become a driving force behind this effort.
Thailand has a growing share of high net worth individuals and a long history of family giving driven by Bhuddist values. The government and local grant-making foundations have played a leading role in developing the country's social economy. Download the report to access Thailand's social investment landscape.Download this report Explore the Interactive Toolkit
AVPN’s Thai Members provide suggestions and insights for Bangkok 2017 by suggesting content and formats that would be most productive for 2017.Read This Post
Omidyar Network MD Roopa Kudva on why India is a favoured destination for impact investing, social entrepreneurship and ways to deal with talent crunch in the development sector. Bangkok: Philanthropy in India is gradually changing as impact investing and strategic philanthropy are becoming important factors to consider for philanthropists, said Roopa Kudva, partner and managing […]Read More
Tuesday 10th November 2015 Ground breaking survey to focus on rapid rise of Alternative Finance across Asia Pacific A number of the world’s leading universities have joined forces to survey the size and potential economic impact of the rapidly expanding alternative finance sector in the Asia Pacific Region. The 2015 Asia-Pacific Alternative Finance Benchmarking Survey […]Read More
Paul Carttar, has collaborated with AVPN on a tour in India and Thailand for a series of presentations, workshops and meetings with government officials, private investors, and social sector leaders about investing private capital for social impact. He has reflected the tour and discussed two basic truths likely to influence how this arena of investing […]Read More