Oct 9, 2021

Victor Rojas

“Climate First, which has $52 million of assets, has yet to make a loan under the brand-new program, but it’s currently in talks with potentially interested parties, LaRoe said.

One of the main challenges for financial institutions that develop similar programs will be finding ways to measure and verify the impact of their financing activities, said Victor Rojas, a senior vice president at the consulting firm Sustainable Capital Advisors. Still, he believes the idea of climate adaptation financing is gaining momentum.”

Laura Felix, Staff Writer at American Banker



Victor Rojas

As Senior Vice President, Victor leverages his experience across the public, private and not-for-profit sectors to deliver policy, capital markets advisory and financial structuring expertise to advance climate change and environmental justice efforts.

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