Gustavo Montezano (BNDES, Brazil): Financing Brazil to monetize its natural capital and reduce social gaps


Gustavo Montezano (BNDES, Brazil): Financing Brazil to monetize its natural capital and reduce social gaps This is the 8th episode of Financial Leaders of Today, a Podcast by The Montreal Group. This time, Sandra Péloquin chatted with President Gustavo Montezano from BNDES (Brazil).

Gustavo Montezano is President and CEO of Banco Nacional de Desenvolvimento Econômico e Social (BNDES), the world’s second largest development bank. Through this virtual coffee with Sandra Péloquin, Secretary General of The Montreal Group, President Montezano shares his envisioned legacy: having the entire ecosystem of BNDES valuing, acting and sharing the non-financial goals of sustainability.

What a great episode! President Montezano message is clear: SMEs should see the fast-changing green marathon as an opportunity where fast-movers that can see big companies as partners will position themselves as the elephant.

Don’t miss out on this conversation to understand the role of development banks in the green technology marathon: a mission of innovation, collaboration and purpose.


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