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Businesses that implement sustainable practices and manage environmental and social risks responsibly are more likely to succeed.

That goes for energy, transportation, water, agribusiness, manufacturing or tourism companies as well as for the financial institutions that serve them.

Companies with clean, efficient operations and strong relationships with stakeholders, including local communities, are positioned to reduce operational costs, avoid fines or penalties, boost their reputation, maintain a social license to operate and increase their market share.  Similarly, lenders with such companies in their portfolios are more likely to manage environmental and social risks more effectively, prevent credit risks, have a strong bottom line and attract funding on the international market.

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Four insights for banks willing to seize sustainable finance opportunities

Four insights for banks willing to seize sustainable finance opportunities

Attitudes towards environmental, social and governance factors are changing across the investment and lending community in Latin America and the Caribbean.

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Sustainability makes business sense

Sustainability makes business sense

Far from being a burden, sustainability is a business opportunity, allowing companies to ensure their continuity and positioning and making them more efficient and profitable.

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