New PDF release: Financing for Development: Proposals from Business and Civil

By Barry Herman, Federica Pietracci, Krishnan Sharma

Enterprise executives and civil-society activists from constructing and built nations handle the query of ways to spice up the financing of improvement. themes coated variety from micro credits to large-scale venture finance; from gender and poverty to bridging the electronic divide; from neighborhood to international environments for funding; from household to overseas taxation; from exchange enlargement to debt reduction; and from reliable improvement to reform of the United international locations.

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Sustainable development Whereas poverty alleviation is necessary to ensure sustainable development, our commitment to sustainability does not end with microfinance. Deutsche Bank, both internally and externally, is committed to following a path of sustainable development. In Germany, Deutsche Bank received its ISO14001 (Environmental Management System) certification in May of 1999. Environmental factors are always included in our credit risk policy, and we have set up a team to help our small and medium-size clients perform environmental risk assessments and then help them design solutions when problems arise.

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