“Brazil Has Potential to Become Green Finance Leader,” Sylvia Coutinho Says

For the president of UBS bank in Brazil, the country "has the world's largest environmental assets" and can attract investments if it seizes this opportunity.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The president of Swiss bank UBS in Brazil, Sylvia Coutinho, believes that the country has every condition to play a global role in the issue of "green finance". At a time when international and economic agents' charges for sustainable environmental policies are increasing, she says that Brazil "has the largest environmental assets on the planet" and may be able to attract foreign investments if it knows how to . . .

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