Mexico’s Green Finance Advisory Board joins FC4S
08/03/2019 Since 1 year

Mexico’s Green Finance Advisory Board (CCFV) joined the International Network of Financial Centres for Sustainability (FC4S) as it looks to help turn the Latin American nation into a regional green finance powerhouse.

The CCFV is the 28th member of the UN Environment Programme-convened movement to put private capital behind green investments. FC4S already boasts some of the world’s major financial centres as members.

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