Energy Transition

How local banking can help champion decarbonization in emerging markets

A solar farm in the Atacama desert, Chile: Local banks are key to creating climate-smart finance opportunities in emerging markets.

Local banks are key to creating climate-smart finance opportunities in emerging markets. Image: Reuters/Fabian Andres Cambero

Milagros Rivas Saiz
Chief of Advisory Services, Interamerican Development Bank Group
Ayla Majid
Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Planetive
Michael Hayes
Global Climate Change and Decarbonization Leader, KPMG
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