Impact Investment Group COO steps down

Executive Move


Ingrid van Dijken has confirmed to Industry Moves her departure from the role of chief operations officer & head of investor services at Impact Investment Group (IIG), effective September 2018.

Van Dijken has more than 20 years’ experience in private banking and senior management roles. Before joining IIG in 2014, she managed the UHNW segment of NAB Private Wealth in Victoria and, before this, worked for more than twelve years in private banking in Geneva.

In acknowledging her contribution, IIG CEO, Daniel Madhavan, said: "When [van Dijken] joined, IIG was just four people. When she left we were 30 people, managing funds on behalf of more than 400 co-investors. In that time, she drove the maturation of the company, while being an unerring beacon of enlightened hospitality and love for our community of investors. She may have left the company, but she’ll stay one of our friends for certain, and we can’t wait to see her next moves.”

Why it was time to leave: Q&A with Ingrid van Dijken


Ingrid van Dijken stepped down recently from her role as chief operations officer & head of investor services at Impact Investing Group. We find out from Ingrid why it was time to leave a job she loved 'every minute of'. She also tells us why she is convinced that it is the powerful demand imposed by people that is driving the growth in the Impact Investing space, and about a simple and joyful childhood where safety, tolerance and equal opportunity were the norm.



September 2018

Chief Operations Officer & Head of Investor Services

Impact Investment Group