Financial Sector and Sustainable Development in Colombia

Angie Muñoz final report: Sustainable Development  ISG 2015

Sustainable Development is a joint responsibility, which implies a relationship between public and private, including civil society.

The financial sector, like many other industries, is often accused of adopting a short-term and narrow approach to investment decisions and disregarding the long-term horizon and broad perspective that sustainability demands.

However, in Colombia, financial sector has evolved in a fast way and has integrated sustainable development into the financial business as a prerequisite for the continuous success of the companies, in order to create long-term stakeholders value.

Financial Institutions are conscious that from its position, as financial intermediary and facilitator of economic resources that allow the transformation and development of the country.

colombia a Munoz illistrattion for final paper

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Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the IMBA Seminar on Sustainable Development, Economy and Democracy of the Institut Supérieur de Gestion, Paris, March 2015.

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