ESG due diligence must contend with a slew of challenges. However, inadequately fast-tracking of it runs the risk of short-changing clients from much needed value added and risks negative impacts to stakeholders and the environment. … [Read more...] about ESG: Due Diligence in the Age of Social Distancing
Access to financing is a key factor for companies in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) in order to minimize the impact of COVID-19 and maximize their resilience against the derived macroeconomic shocks. Well-functioning capital markets allow firms to get through difficult times. … [Read more...] about How Can Debt Capital Markets Help Companies Survive the COVID-19 Crisis?
Opening doors for women inside and outside of financial institutions is quickly becoming two sides of the same coin. Setting aside budgets and prejudices is the next step for creating leadership and management opportunities for women in Latin America and the Caribbean. … [Read more...] about Financial Institutions: Closing Gender Gaps in the Region
New economic challenges open spaces for inclusion and gender equity. A gender-balanced workforce, especially in the energy and infrastructure sectors, contributes greater productivity and innovation capacity, among other benefits. … [Read more...] about Infrastructure, Energy and Gender: The Benefits of Equality
Latin America is still the leading region with regard to regulations and infrastructure that support financial inclusion. How can this opportunity be exploited to achieve more ambitious results? … [Read more...] about Four Success Stories In The Battle For Financial Inclusion