July 1, 2006
It used to be that the senior executives of Latin American banks had a rather short list of things to worry about, like profits and the strength of their balance sheets. Perhaps, from time to time, political risk or the incursion of new international competitors had to be addressed. But these days, with investors, regulators and stakeholders increasingly focusing on softer indicators of performance, the list has become a lot longer. Ethics, social responsibility, sustainability, corporate governance and transparency are all on there.
For the second consecutive year, LatinFinance partnered with the Madrid-based consultancy Management & Excellence (M&E) to produce an annual ranking of the mos
Our second annual survey of ethics and sustainability at Latin America's leading banks turned up some interesting results.