Climate Shareholders: Corporate Climate Action using Blended Finance in Equity Investments
Blended finance in equity investments can not only offer preferred returns to commercial investors, making deals in developing markets more attractive for them, but also bring to the decision-making table corporate climate action as a priority for companies of all sizes.
In Search of the Elusive International Institutional Investor
Development finance organizations, by themselves, lack the necessary capital to attend the needs of developing countries. Blended finance may be used to help institutional investors mobilize their capital securely and effectively in such countries.
The Hurdles of Minority Shareholders Looking into Exits in LAC – Be Mindful!
One of the most appealing features of entrepreneurship is the chance to build up businesses with partners. That’s why legal difficulties for minority partners to exit private investments represent a key hurdle hurting the region’s private equity business scene, particularly for individual investors, including high net worth individuals.
Making Global Progress in Responsible Investments
Responsible finance flourished when they were most necessary: shortly after the financial crisis of 2008. Its momentum has come from increasingly more conscious investors.
3 Myths about Public Private Partnerships
People newly engaged with PPPs often hold strong beliefs about them. Some of them are just plain wrong.
Why should financial institutions invest in agribusiness?
Export-oriented high-tech agribusinesses will offer significant opportunities for financial institutions in Latin America and the Caribbean.