Angel investors to discuss ‘impact’ investing

BOULDER – Angel investor Brad Feld, Elizabeth Kraus, managing director of the Impact Angel Group in Boulder, and representatives of the Investors’ Circle will discuss the role of impact investing in the community and how to integrate it into a portfolio.

The event, Impact in Angel Investor Decisions, will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 12, at the St Julien Hotel & Spa, 900 Walnut St., Boulder.

Impact investments into companies, organizations and funds are intended to generate a measurable, beneficial social and environmental impact alongside a financial return.

Investors will share the percentage of wealth they allocate to angel and impact investing as well as how to balance impact, risk and financial goals. Feld also will discuss his experience with FG Angels and AngelList, along with the angel investment strategy he has used during the past 20 years.

Investors’ Circle is the oldest and largest early stage impact-investing network that consists of angels, venture capitalists, foundations and family offices. It has offices in San Francisco and Durham, North Carolina.

Lead sponsor of the event is First Western Trust Bank in Boulder. Other event sponsors include Bryan Cave LLP, Anton Collins Mitchell LLP and Social Venture Partners.

Cost is $75. Register online here.


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