Integrating Impact Investing: Matthew Weatherley-White of Caprock
Join the Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship (CASE) at Duke University for a fireside chat with Matthew Weatherley-White, Co-Founder and Managing Director of Caprock. Matthew will discuss his experience as an asset manager for family offices and his views on the future of impact investing.
Bio: Matthew Weatherley-White is Co-Founder and Managing Director of Caprock, a multi-family office with over $3 billion in assets under advisement. Shaping Caprock's initiative in Impact Investing, Matthew is a sought-after speaker and thought leader in the discipline. He recently shepherded two pieces of legislation through the Idaho Statehouse: the first authorizing Pay For Success Contracting and the second awarding legal status to businesses structured as Benefit Corporations. Prior to co-founding Caprock, Matthew was a partner in The Owyhee Group, a boutique advisory team within Smith Barney. During his thirteen years with the company, he was a member of Citigroup's elite Leadership Development Program and helped craft the firm's Private Wealth Management platform. Matthew graduated from Dartmouth College, has competed internationally in five different sports, is a high-altitude climber and skier, and continues to serve as a Director for the Lee Pesky Learning Center, an organization he helped launch over 20 years ago.
This event is part of the CASE Executive Speaker Series: Impact Insights, a series of conversations with leaders in the social impact space.