Sponsors and Partners

Headline partner – Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo (IDB)

We work to improve lives in Latin America and the Caribbean. Our Vision 2025 aims to promote sustainable and inclusive growth, with climate change as one of our strategic points.  The IDB Group has significantly helped the region’s green and sustainable capital market by supporting more than 30% of the issuances by volume, developing two platforms related to green finance:

The Green Finance LAC Platform is a tool developed to share information and knowledge on green financing in the region. Together with sponsors and partners, it works to promote sustainable instruments for development. It includes 12 initiatives to promote sustainable instruments and resources such as webinars, publications, events, and news.

The Green Bond Transparency Platform is a digital tool that supports the harmonization and standardization of green bond reporting in the region, contributing to the transparency and comparability of the green bond market.  This free-of-charge platform, tested with 30 partners, allows market actors to access information on bond performance, use of proceeds, and environmental impact.


Gold Sponsor – RepRisk

Founded in 1998 and headquartered in Switzerland, RepRisk is a pioneer in ESG data science that leverages the combination of AI and machine learning with human intelligence to systematically analyze public information and identify material ESG risks. RepRisk’s flagship product, the RepRisk ESG Risk Platform, is the world’s largest and most comprehensive due diligence database on ESG and business conduct risks, with expertise in 20 languages and coverage of 170,000+ public and private companies and 40,000+ infrastructure projects. For more than a decade, the world’s leading financial institutions and corporations have trusted RepRisk for due diligence and risk management across their operations, business relationships, and investments.

Bronze Sponsor – Fund

The Fund provides financing and technical assistance to financial institutions and companies committed to the best environmental practices, contributing to the conservation of biodiversity, the sustainable use of natural resources, the mitigation of climate change and adaptation to its impacts, in Latin America and the Caribbean and in sub-Saharan Africa. The fund works in four economic sectors: agriculture and agribusiness, fisheries and aquaculture, forestry and sustainable tourism.

Since its inception in December 2014, the Fund has contributed to: