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What are the fiscal benefits to incorporate ESG into conventional (non-renewable, social or environmental) projects? What criteria are investors using to rate, validate and invest into green and sustainable projects?

Broadcast on Oct 20, 2020 from Livestream: Project Finance & Capital Markets Latin America 2020 - Virtual Conference

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What are the fiscal benefits to incorporate ESG into conventional (non-renewable, social or environmental) projects? What criteria are investors using to rate, validate and invest into green and sustainable projects?

  • How does the spectrum of green finance criteria vary (by sector and/or country) across the region?
  • What methodologies are investors using to assess whether or not to invest in sustainable projects?
  • Importance of robust governance structures and achievable sustainability metrics: How to encourage corporates and developers to meet investors’ criteria
  • Social bonds to finance social infrastructure: How are ESG metrics being incorporated into healthcare infrastructure projects
  • Access to competitive pricing and favourable tenors: Do the benefits of going green outweigh the additional work required?
  • How do traditionally brown industries like oil & gas start thinking about more sustainable financing structures? What (if any) are the fiscal benefits for them?
Latin America

Moderator

María José Cortés

María José Cortés

Head of Environmental, Social and Governance

Atlas Renewable Energy

María José Cortés

María José Cortés

Head of Environmental, Social and Governance at Atlas Renewable Energy

Atlas Renewable Energy

María José Cortés

Speakers

Eduardo Atehortua

Eduardo Atehortua

Eduardo Atehortua

Head of Latin America at Principles for Responsible Investing

Director for Latin America for PRI, a global initiative that promotes responsible investment. He was a Sustainability Manager of Deloitte Colombia and led the creation of the Network of Sustainability Professionals in Colombia. He is an Economist with an emphasis in Geopolitics from EAFIT University. Master in Sustainable Development and Corporate Responsibility from the School of Industrial Organization EOI, Madrid

Principles for Responsible Investing

Victor Muñoz

Victor Muñoz

Operating Partner Latin America

Denham Capital

Victor Muñoz

Victor Muñoz

Operating Partner Latin America at Denham Capital

Denham Capital

Miguel del Rio Florentino

Miguel del Rio Florentino

Executive Director, Structured Finance

BBVA

Miguel del Rio Florentino

Miguel del Rio Florentino

Executive Director, Structured Finance at BBVA

BBVA

Miguel del Rio Florentino
Ana Carolina Oliveira

Ana Carolina Oliveira

Head of Sustainable Finance, Americas,

ING

Ana Carolina Oliveira

Ana Carolina Oliveira

Head of Sustainable Finance, Americas, at ING

Ana Carolina Oliveira heads ING’s Sustainable Finance team covering the Americas region. She works with ING's clients in providing structuring and advisory of sustainable finance solutions, to support them in accelerating their sustainability transition. Ana Carolina also plays an integral role in supporting ING’s Terra approach, a commitment to steer its €600 billion lending book in line with the goals of the Paris Agreement to keep global warming to well-below two degrees.

Ana Carolina has extensive experience in advising clients on capital structure and working capital optimization and has recently served as a director in ING’s Healthcare sector group where she covered US large multinationals. She is one of the founders of ING global Healthcare platform, focused on expanding industry expertise and sector collaboration. Prior to that she was a senior credit officer on the New York Credit Risk team beginning in 2012, after working four years at ING‘s Environmental and Social Risk team in Amsterdam, when she supported ING in steering the Equator Principles review. Before that, Ana Carolina worked in The Netherlands and in Brazil as a risk specialist at ABN AMRO Bank.

She holds an Executive Master in Business Administration (MBA) degree from the Rotterdam School of Management, a post-graduate certificate in Economic Diplomacy and a Bachelor degree in Economics from the Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP) in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

ING

Ana Carolina Oliveira