As a way of promoting the development of Sustainable Finance among the market players a strategy to face the climate change challenges in the Pacific Alliance, the Chief Corporate Relations and Sustainability Officer of Santiago Exchange, Lucy Pamboukdjian, participated for the second consecutive year at the Conference on Green Finance in the Pacific Alliance.
The activity was held on 14 and 15 March at the Lima Stock Exchange by the British Embassy in Peru with the support of the Lima Stock Exchange, and was attended by Kate Harrisson, British Ambassador in Lima; Francis Stenning, CEO of Lima Stock Exchange; Manuel Pulgar, Leader of WWF’s global Climate & Energy, among other representatives of companies, financial and private sector organizations in the region, as well as government officials and international experts on sustainability and green finance.
At the conference, Lucy Pamboukdjian participated in the panel “Stock exchanges in the Pacific Alliance and Green Finance”, and spoke about the developments of the Santiago Exchange in terms of sustainability both for the market and issuers, as well as within the Exchange as a company. "We have expanded the list of instruments available to the market and having launched the Green and Social Bonds has been an important material element to help companies work toward the mitigation of environmental and social risks. Although the Stock Exchange is not a regulator, it plays a role in creating a culture of responsible investment, this is why we believe in acting responsibly with ESG within the company and by showing the value of the sustainability for the corporations and the Capital Markets in the long run", said Pamboukdjian.