Melissa Menzies and Agnes Vara discuss social financings and how to navigate the sustainable finance environment.
Diversity and inclusion is at the heart of social financings, and increasingly recognized as a core corporate strategy to drive performance. Navigating the sustainable finance environment is challenging, and our guests look to shed some light on the process. On this episode of Market Points presented by The Scotiabank Women Initiative®, we are joined by Agnes Vara, Director, Term Funding and Capital Management in Group Treasury, who has played an integral part in Scotiabank’s own sustainable issuances. And Melissa Menzies, Associate Director, Sustainable Finance, who is helping large organizations structure their own successful sustainable financings.
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