Andrea Armeni is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of Transform Finance, a field-building organization based in New York and operating internationally that works at the intersection of finance and social change.
Andrea is also the lead convener of the complementary Transform Finance Investor Network, a community of practice of family offices, foundations, pension funds and other asset owners. He is recognized as an innovator in the field of impact investing, particularly at the intersection of capital and systemic change. He is a private equity lawyer by training and has taught at the Yale Law School and at Université Paris Dauphine in France. He is a BMW Foundation Responsible Leader, serves as Advisor to the United Nations’ Joint SDG Fund, and sits on the board of directors of the investment fund CARE Enterprises, Inc. and of the NGO Finance for Good Brazil. He is an adjunct faculty member at the NYU Graduate School, where he lectures in the masters’ program. Most recently, Andrea is the author of “Innovative Financing Structures for Social Enterprises,” co-author of the briefing “Renewable Energy: Managing Investors’ Risks and Responsibilities,” and co-author of Transform Finance’s latest report, “Investing in Employee Ownership: Financing Conversions Through a Private Equity Fund Model.”