Peru's New Banking Rules to Ease Social Conflict, Regulator SaysBy
Lenders to undertake assessment of social, environmental risk
Rules apply to all projects costing more than $10 million
Peruvian banks will have to undertake social and environment risk assessments for corporate loans as the country seeks to reduce conflicts with local communities in industries such as mining, according to the chief financial regulator.
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