ANSA Merchant Bank in T&T and Barbados, and ANSA Bank have partnered with The Cropper Foundation and the Capitals Coalition to launch the Caribbean Natural Capital Hub.
The event took place at the Hyatt Regency Trinidad.
The initiative places greater emphasis on renewable energy projects and the better use of natural resources through specialised funding for such programmes.
ANSA Merchant Bank Ltd Chairman A Norman Sabga told participants that as a group the company has always been conscious of its duty to operate businesses responsibly in the interest of employees, investors, customers, and the broader society.
Environmental Management Authority managing director Hayden Romano, left, with ANSA McAL chief legal and external affairs officer Frances Bain-Cumberbatch; ANSA Bank director Angella Persad, and ANSA Bank acting managing director Kathleen Galy.
Pointe-a-Pierre Wildfowl Trust vice president and treasurer Karilyn Shephard, left, with German Ambassador to T&T Ute König.
Head of the University of the West Indies Department of Life Sciences Prof Judith Gobin, left, with ANSA McAL marketing manager, financial services, Lorraine Rostant.
Pointe-a-Pierre Wildfowl Trust’s president Molly Gaskin, left, chats with UK Ambassador Harriet Cross and ANSA Merchant Bank’s director Jeremy Matouk at the launch of the Caribbean Natural Capital Hub at the Hyatt Regency, Wrightson Road, Port-of-Spain.
Amcham CEO Nirad Tewarie holds a mint plant which he received at the launch of the Caribbean Natural Capital Hub.