Clark Hill Attorney and Founding Member of the Impact Investing Legal Working Group, Mary Rose Brusewitz, to speak at the 2019 Annual Conference on June 4th, 2019
Mary Rose Brusewitz, Clark Hill attorney, founding member and member of the organization committee of IILWG, will be speaking the 2019 Annual Conference, Legal Issues in Social Entrepreneurship and Impact Investing – in the US and Beyond, on June 4th at NYU School of Law.
The Impact Investing Legal Working Group brings together leading minds to explore new legal and policy developments in the fields of social entrepreneurship and impact investing and to discuss how lawyers and the law can most effectively serve social entrepreneurs and impact investors.
The conference is attended by over 300 participants from across the globe (including lawyers, academics, policymakers and other professionals working in the fields of social entrepreneurship and impact investing) for a series of panels, plenaries, discussions and workshops geared toward sharing knowledge and building a legal community of practice in these fields.
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Mary Rose Brusewitz is Member in Charge of Clark Hill’s New York office. She concentrates her practice on international transactions involving Latin America, Africa, Asia, India, Europe and the U.S.
Mary Rose is active in impact investing, sustainability, accountability, ESG/SDG compliance and corporate governance. She represents a provider of currency hedging to the impact space, as well as several funds active in investing debt and equity in sectors including microfinancing, solar energy, retail, sanitation and housing. Mary Rose has substantial experience in emerging markets development and finance. Areas include infrastructure, water, power, oil and gas, power, renewable energy and mining. Expertise includes structuring, implementing administering and exiting impact debt and equity investments, coordinating groups of investors, including DFIs, privately managed funds, commercial banks, for profits and non-profits, blended capital structures, project and structured financing, private equity, cross border investments, joint ventures, restructurings, workouts, insolvencies, dispute resolution and mediation.
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