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Friday, October 4 • 11:00am - 12:30am
New Corporate Structures for Achieving Social Impact

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Historically one had to choose a charitable structure or a corporate one.  Today there are many more corporate vehicles to allow you to achieve social impact.  Find out what some of these vehicles are.

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Moderators
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Susan Manwaring

National Chair, Charities and Not-for-Profit Group, Miller Thomson LLP
Susan Manwaring provides both specialized tax and general counsel advice to charities and not-for-profit organizations across Canada and internationally. She advises on establishing charities and non-profit organizations and works with them to address their operational and governance concerns. She is knowledgeable in the law relating to charitable expenditures, social enterprise and social finance and day-to-day questions of charities, and is... Read More →

Speakers
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Richard Bridge

Lawyer
I was called to the British Columbia Bar in 1991 and the Nova Scotia Bar in 2006, after my family and I relocated from Vancouver Island. I am a sole practitioner focusing on four fields: Charity and Non-profit Law Co-operatives Public sector organizations and issues Teaching | My clients are a wide range of charitable organizations, foundations, non-profit organizations, philanthropists and co-ops across Canada and... Read More →
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Dermot Hikisch

Director of Business Development, B Lab
Dermot oversees B Lab's community development of Certified B Corporations, focusing primarily on North America with new inroads now beginning globally. He is the former Head of Research for ENDS Carbon and Wind Power Intelligence, based out of Edinburgh, Scotland. Since 2007, Dermot has been running an independent carbon ratings and consulting business, annually rating over 100 multinationals for the organization Climate Counts. He has a MSc... Read More →
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Abbie Rumbold

Partner, Bates Wells Braithwaite
Abbie is a highly regarded charity lawyer with a particular expertise in social enterprise. Having been seconded to the DTI to work on the Community Interest Company legislation and having drafted the model constitutions, she continues to have an active role in its development, recently registering the 1000th CIC, a health care social enterprise. She edited the 2006 edition of Keeping It Legal, wrote the ACEVO Guide to the Legal Status of Charity... Read More →


Friday October 4, 2013 11:00am - 12:30am
Telus 101-102 TELUS Convention Centre

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