In all, the SIS ranking analyzed 22 development finance institutions in Brazil with respect to the climate and socioenvironmental agenda. Only BNDES surpassed 29 points – out of a maximum total of 100
Little progress has been made by the development banks and agencies in the socioenvironmental and climate agenda. This is one of the main conclusions of the second cycle of the Socioenvironmental Performance Ranking of Finance Institutions (RASA), developed by Soluções Inclusivas Sustentáveis (SIS). According to the study, only BNDES surpassed 29 points, on a scale from 0 to 100. A total of 22 development finance institutions (DFIs) were analyzed, including 6 development banks and 16 national development agencies. Read more here.