“The State of Environmental and Social Policy and Practice in Financial Institutions in Latin America”: A report by the Ecobanking Project, CLACDS, INCAE Business School
How sustainable is the Latin American Banking today? What is the status of Latin American Financial Institutions in terms of analyzing environmental and social risks? What policies prevail in sustainability issues? Is it advancing from policy to practice? Is there a clear route to follow?
Know the results of our Survey, through a report that details the results of an exhaustive study on a key issue for competitiveness and the integral transformation of the financial sector in the region. “The State of Environmental and Social Policy and Practice in Financial Institutions in Latin America” was conducted by the Ecobanking Project, a division of the Latin American Center for Competitiveness and Sustainable Development, CLACDS, of INCAE Business School, with the support of the Center of Intelligence of Sustainable Markets CIMS, and the sponsorship of the partners of the Ecobanking Project: FMO (Dutch Development Bank) Philips, BAC Credomatic and CAF- Development Bank of Latin America.
The state of environmental and social policy and practice in Latin American financial institutions