Green bonds will help boost the post COVID development of the economies of the Central American region.
Green bonds are investment tools that seek to finance environmentally sustainable projects with a high potential in the countries of Central America and the Caribbean. Therefore, they are an alternative to bring great economic impulse for the development of the region.
Corporación Multi Inversiones (CMI) is a leader in the placement of Green Bonds in the region, having successfully placed USD700 million in Green Bonds in 2021, the largest transaction of its kind by a 100% renewable energy company in Central America and the Caribbean. This historic milestone for the Corporation was achieved through CMI Energía, part of the CMI Capital group, which is led by Chairman President Juan Luis Bosch.
According to Estrategia y Negocios Magazine, green bonds, in addition to their economic dimension, are aimed at meeting the scope of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), set forth by the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
This recent placement of Green Bonds reflects CMI Energía’s objective to make sustainable investments with a positive impact, thus highlighting its contribution to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and the decarbonization and diversification of the regional energy grid with renewable energy.
Generating more than 800MW with hydro, wind and solar technologies, CMI Energía has a presence in Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Dominican Republic. It has become the largest and most diversified private renewable energy generation company in the region.
CMI Capital seeks to grow together with its employees, clients, suppliers and neighboring communities.