Daniela Barone Soares

Daniela Barone Soares

Chief executive, Impetus Trust from 2006

Daniela Barone Soares is has been chief executive of the Impetus Trust since June 2006. In April 2012 she joined the board of Said Business School.

Before joining Impetus she was head of institutional Support at Save the Children and was responsible for strategic development and fundraising.

Most of her career has been in private equity and venture capital with BancBoston Capital in the US, UK and Europe.

In 2008 the Impetus Trust won grantmaker of the year at the Charity Awards. In that year she was also named on the Independent on Sunday’s Happy List, as one of the people who make Britain a better place to live.


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Impetus PEF

Impetus Trust – The Private Equity Foundation is now in its second year since the two organisations merged. Chief executive Daniela Barone Soares explains how things have changed since Impetus-PEF was formed.

PEF and Impetus Trust announce proposed board ahead of merger

The Private Equity Foundation and Impetus Trust, whose merger to become Impetus – PEF is expected to be completed by June, have announced a proposed new board for their amalgamated organisation.

Daniela Barone Soares, chief executive of Impetus Trust

The Department of Health has awarded a £17.5m contract to three partners, including the Impetus Trust, to grow a national initiative to help young and disadvantaged mothers.

Impetus Trust and Private Equity Foundation in merger talks

Impetus Trust and the Private Equity Foundation have today announced their intention to merge to create one organisation: Impetus – The Private Equity Foundation.

Social finance: First steps towards maturity

Vibeka Mair reviews the nascent social finance market as it begins to develop and grow.

Two tribes - when male panelists meet female campaigners

Men may have ruled the political panel, but women packed the punches from the audience in the Civil Society Question Time debate, says Niki May Young.

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