New Report: Sustainable Development in the Chilean Banking System
05/31/2017 Since 4 years
This report was undertaken by UNEP FI and CAF – Development Bank of Latin America. It showcases the progress made by national banking institutions and international banks operating in Chile, as they integrate practices that support sustainable development into their operations. The study sample represents approximately 70% of the total assets of the Chilean market.
To download the Executive Summary (English) click HERE
To download the full report available in Spanish click HERE
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