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How Social Impact Capital Funds Ambitious Entrepreneurs Building World Changing Companies

In episode 1 of the Investing in Impact podcast, I speak with Peter Bruce-Clark, Partner at Social Impact Capital on funding ambitious impact entrepreneurs building world changing companies. Peter was Head of Business Development at RCI, a investment technology and alternative lending platform backe

Peter Bruce Clark | Social Impact Capital

In episode 1 of the Investing in Impact podcast, I speak with Peter Bruce-Clark, Partner at Social Impact Capital on funding ambitious impact entrepreneurs building world changing companies.

Peter was Head of Business Development at RCI, a investment technology and alternative lending platform backed by 8VC and Soros Fund Management. Prior to that, Peter created both an early-stage AI venture capital firm focused on investing in companies using machine learning in high-impact areas of application, as well as a specialist strategy and management consultancy for institutional investors, Kalytix Partners (acquired), founded by Dr. Ashby Monk and Prof. Gordon Clark. Peter has extensive management consulting, investment research, and industry analysis experience.

How Social Impact Capital Funds Ambitious Entrepreneurs Building World Changing Companies

In addition to his work, Peter has led research on impact finance and strategic investment at Stanford University, collaborating with Planet Heritage and White Sand Investor Group. His publications include Sovereign Development Funds: The Governance and Management of Strategic Investment Institutions, which was published in the The Oxford Handbook of Sovereign Wealth Funds (2018).

Peter has an MPhil in Business Administration and Finance from the Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, and a first-class honors BA in English and Critical Theory from Queen Mary, University of London.

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