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New ESG products showcase sustainability in Latin America and…the future

IndexAmericas, a new benchmark from the Inter-American Development Bank and S-Network, was released yesterday in Buenos Aires. Formally named the IDB-IIC Latin America Corporate Sustainability Index, it recognizes companies in Latin America and the Caribbean based on performance against 172 environmental, social and governance indicators selected by the IDB, including 15 specific to the region. Also in

Former World Bank officials launch BlueOrange for SDG investing in Latin America

An influential group of former public finance whizzes is going private, with a new mezzanine debt fund that will piggyback on development bank deals. BlueOrange Capital aims to bring $10 in private capital for every $1 in public investment, starting with Latin America and the Caribbean. The fund was launched quietly this weekend in Asunción, Paraguay