Global Alliance for Banking on Values Expands with Three New Members

The Global Alliance for Banking on Values (GABV) starts 2018 by welcoming three new members to the #BankingOnValues movement.

The three new members to join the Global Alliance and the #BankingOnValues movement include: (Colombia)

Banco Mundo (Colombia)

National Cooperative (USA)


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With the two new members coming from Colombia, GABV has established a solid presence of the movement in the county and has strengthened the Latin American Chapter, which now counts 11 members. With the third member, the North American Chapter now has 14 members. The Global Alliance for Banking on Values comprises of 48 members and seven partners from around the world, fostering the shared mission to use finance to deliver sustainable economic, social and environmental development.

Dr. Marcos Eguiguren, Executive Director of the GABV, celebrated the new members: “As always I am very happy to welcome new members to the Alliance, but this time having two members from Colombia joining us at the same time and paving the way of #BankingOnValues in their country is truly a great moment. I am also happy to see National Cooperative Bank joining the North American Chapter and brining fresh ideas and expanding the diversity of business models in the region. Many other stakeholders and friends of the GABV cooperate with us daily to achieve a healthier financial system and the dialogue is always open with potential members in different areas of the world to officially join the GABV. We are fully convinced that the GABV family will continue to grow and that together we will manage to change finance to make a difference in the world.”