In 2020, firms will be judged less on how they respond to crises and more on how they anticipate them. Engaging stakeholders through technology is an important first step. … [Read more...] about Managing risks in an era of stakeholder capitalism
Crisis management goes beyond communications. Recent events highlight how digital technology can both strengthen and hinder any recuperation efforts. … [Read more...] about What can businesses learn from crisis management in the digital age?
With a nearly $200 billion a year financing gap, it is virtually impossible for the development banks in Latin America and the Caribbean to close it alone. However, there is good news. Even though regional balance sheets can provide a fraction of the financing needed, development banks are multiplying their impact in other ways. One of the latest structures allowing them to do … [Read more...] about What is a B-bond?
To feed the world by 2050, global food production must increase 60 percent on as little as 12 percent more arable land. This will require avoiding environmentally-sensitive areas while planning for the unexpected events of climate change. Increased floods, droughts, storms, heat and evolving insect resistance are changing how the world farms. Food security and agriculture are … [Read more...] about Can the private sector feed the world?
Last night’s Latin Finance Deal of the Year Awards dinner in New York City highlighted some non-traditional deals. The Best Renewable Energy Financing Award went to Colonia Arias – a Uruguayan wind farm project with a unique structure to both tap local capital markets and mitigate the effects of climate change. … [Read more...] about Local investors jumpstart capital markets and green energy matrix