We are developing additional resources for banks implementing the Principles for Responsible Banking in Latin America and the Caribbean. Our objective is to support beginners and advanced banks from the region with videos and additional materials for applying the Principles for Responsible Banking to their business. Industry experts and banks will present their insight and practices.
Tools: webinars, videos and presentation with additional content in Portuguese and Spanish
Advisory Group: Banorte, Bradesco, Pichincha, CAF
This project was only possible thanks to the sponsorship of CAF (Latin American Development Bank) and Ecobusiness Fund Development Facility.
We also would like to hear from all signatories to the Principles for Responsible Banking in the region. We encourage banks to send us a 2′ video presenting examples of your best practice in the areas mentioned below. For more information email Maria Sosa Taborda.
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Principle n. 2 – Impact and Target Settings
In the first year of implementation your bank should make and impact analysis of your portfolio considering positive and negative impacts.
You will have the opportunity to learn more with the followings:
Sandra Abella – eco.business Fund Director (Colombia)
Luciana Nicola – Sustainability Superintendent on Itaú (Brazil)
Marcelo Delgado – Social and Environmental Risk Leader on Produbanco (Ecuador)
Download supporting document with concepts and cases:
Principle n. 5 – Governance and Culture
In the first year of implementation your bank should set a multidisciplinary team and understand where the bank stands and make a plan. Governance and Culture are an enabler for the whole strategy.
You will have the opportunity to learn with one expert and two banks from LAC:
Philippe Joubert – Founder and CEO of Earth on Board
Mariuz Calvet – Sustainability Director on Banorte (Mexico)
Glaucimar Peticov – Executive Director on Bradesco (Brazil)
Other topics planned:
Principle n. 3 – Engaging Clients and Consumers (Q3/2020)
Principle n. 6 – Transparency y Accountability (Q4/2020)