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Isabel Montojo

Isabel Montojo is an associate in the sustainable finance consulting firm HPL, where she works mainly developing thematic bond frameworks for LAC issuers, and advising on the development of guides and guidelines on sustainable finance for different actors in the capital markets. of ALC. Previously, Isabel worked at the United Nations Global Compact, the UN agency in charge of promoting sustainability within the private sector, and has several years of experience practicing as a US compliance and civil litigation attorney in Spain. Isabel is a lawyer with experience in Corporate Social Responsibility, ESG research and ESG risk assessment and analysis. She has a Law Degree from the Faculty of Law, Complutense University of Madrid and holds an LL.M. in Law and International Justice cum laude from Fordham University School of Law, New York, with a specialization in corporate social responsibility and human rights.

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ESG Factors (1): What's in It for You If You Are in Emerging Markets?

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