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Our Goal

A reference in stimulating sustainable development, BDMG's focus is to finance or refinance projects that have significant socio-environmental impacts, with the following purposes:

Supporting customers in their business strategies by implementing good environmental and social practices.

Enabling the diversification of the investment portfolio associated with the fulfillment of mandates related to sustainable development.

Providing access to profitable projects with socio-environmental features and transparency in the investment of financial resources.

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Our Scope

The BDMG Framework includes categories of social and environmental projects in line with 13 of the 17 SDGs:

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Scope

Sustainable agriculture: low carbon agriculture; organic agricultural production; drip irrigation systems; sustainable forest management; among others.
For details, see the Framework

Health: Financing for local healthcare stations (Unidades Básicas de Saúde, UBS), hospitals and municipal public polyclinics; modernization and improvement of operational efficiency of Philanthropic Health Institutions; financing for PPP projects and/or public health service concessionaires; among others.
For details, see the Framework

Education:construction, renovation and/or expansion of public and private educational establishments: schools, daycare centers, primary or higher education establishments; machines and equipment aimed at improving quality and teaching services; among others.
For details, see the Framework

Gender inclusion: opening and expanding women-controlled MSEs; credit and long-term working capital for women-owned MSEs; among others.
For details, see the Framework

Sanitation: connection, collection, interception, pumping stations, treatment, final disposal; treatment and/or final disposal of Solid Urban Waste (SUW); sorting and composting units; among others.
For details, see the Framework

Renewable energy and energy efficiency: financing for clean energy infrastructures, such as generation and transmission of solar power, small hydropower and hydropower generator plants, biomass and biofuels; increasing the efficiency of public energy services, such as public lighting projects; energy efficiency in buildings and industrial facilities; among others.
For details, see the Framework

Small and very small companies: opening and expanding new facilities; loans for the purchase of machinery and equipment; credit and long-term working capital; financing of MSEs that strengthen tourism.
For details, see the Framework

Secondary categories: clean transportation (see SDG 11); inclusive urbanization (see SDG 11); pollution prevention and control (see SDG 12); small and very small enterprises (see SDG 8).
For details, see the Framework

Secondary categories: health (see SDG 3); education (see SDG 4); gender inclusion (see SDG 5).
For details, see the Framework

Secondary categories: health (see SDG 3); education (see SDG 4); gender inclusion (see SDG 5).
For details, see the Framework

Clean transportation: acquisition of hybrid and electric vehicles; infrastructure for reloading fuel from renewable or electrical sources; infrastructure for the operation of mass public transportation; among others.

Inclusive urbanization: projects to improve municipal infrastructure, drainage and improvements to signage and urban road conditions; among others.

Economic recovery after disasters:funds destined to support businesses, municipalities and business segments affected by environmental disasters caused by human intervention, such as the rupture of mining dams; natural disasters, such as disaster situations caused by rain; sanitary and public health emergencies, such as the COVID-19 pandemic.
Secondary category: sanitation (see SDG 6). For details, see the Framework

Pollution prevention and control: treatment of industrial effluents; treatment and/or final disposal of industrial waste and health services; repurposing plants and/or final disposal of construction waste; reuse of rainwater or reuse of process water; reducing the use of inputs and materials; improvement of industrial processes, among others.

Secondary category: renewable energy and energy efficiency (see SDG 7).
For details, see the Framework

Secondary categories:sustainable agriculture (see SDG 2); renewable energy and energy efficiency (see SDG 7), clean transportation (see SDG 11); economic recovery (see SDG 11). For details, see the Framework

Sustainable agriculture: low carbon agriculture, organic agricultural production, drip irrigation systems, sustainable forest management, among others
Secondary SDG: 13. For details, see the Framework

Sustainable agriculture: low carbon agriculture; organic agricultural production; drip irrigation systems; sustainable forest management; among others.
For details, see the Framework
Health: Financing for local healthcare stations (Unidades Básicas de Saúde, UBS), hospitals and municipal public polyclinics; modernization and improvement of operational efficiency of Philanthropic Health Institutions; financing for PPP projects and/or public health service concessionaires; among others.
For details, see the Framework
Education: construction, renovation and/or expansion of public and private educational establishments: schools, daycare centers, primary or higher education establishments; machines and equipment aimed at improving quality and teaching services; among others.
For details, see the Framework
Gender inclusion: opening and expanding women-controlled MSEs; credit and long-term working capital for women-owned MSEs; among others.
For details, see the Framework
Sanitation: connection, collection, interception, pumping stations, treatment, final disposal; treatment and/or final disposal of Solid Urban Waste (SUW); sorting and composting units; among others.
For details, see the Framework
Renewable energy and energy efficiency: financing for clean energy infrastructures, such as generation and transmission of solar power, small hydropower and hydropower generator plants, biomass and biofuels; increasing the efficiency of public energy services, such as public lighting projects; energy efficiency in buildings and industrial facilities; among others.
For details, see the Framework
Small and very small companies: opening and expanding new facilities; loans for the purchase of machinery and equipment; credit and long-term working capital; financing of MSEs that strengthen tourism
Secondary category: gender inclusion (see SDG 5).
For details, see the Framework
Secondary categories: clean transportation (see SDG 11); inclusive urbanization (see SDG 11); pollution prevention and control (see SDG 12); small and very small enterprises (see SDG 8).
For details, see the Framework
Secondary categories: health (see SDG 3); education (see SDG 4); gender inclusion (see SDG 5).
For details, see the Framework
Clean transportation: acquisition of hybrid and electric vehicles; infrastructure for reloading fuel from renewable or electrical sources; infrastructure for the operation of mass public transportation; among others.
Inclusive urbanization: projects to improve municipal infrastructure, drainage and improvements to signage and urban road conditions; among others.
Economic recovery after disasters: funds destined to support businesses, municipalities and business segments affected by environmental disasters caused by human intervention, such as the rupture of mining dams; natural disasters, such as disaster situations caused by rain; sanitary and public health emergencies, such as the COVID-19 pandemic.
Secondary category: sanitation (see SDG 6).
For details, see the Framework
Pollution prevention and control: treatment of industrial effluents; treatment and/or final disposal of industrial waste and health services; repurposing plants and/or final disposal of construction waste; reuse of rainwater or reuse of process water; reducing the use of inputs and materials; improvement of industrial processes, among others.
Secondary category: renewable energy and energy efficiency (see SDG 7).
For details, see the Framework
Secondary categories: sustainable agriculture (see SDG 2); renewable energy and energy efficiency (see SDG 7), clean transportation (see SDG 11); economic recovery (see SDG 11).
For details, see the Framework
Sustainable agriculture: low carbon agriculture, organic agricultural production, drip irrigation systems, sustainable forest management, among others.
For details, see the Framework

Our financing assumptions

Socio-environmental impacts of the project
Project alignment with eligibility and exclusion criteria
Definition of indicators for project monitoring
Project alignment with BDMG's Social and Environmental Responsibility Policy
Risk assessment and guarantees

Our Strategic Commitment

BDMG's strategic performance is aligned with three main objectives:

ALIGN AND BIND BDMG OPERATIONS WITH AGENDA 2030

Continuing to work in order to link BDMG operations to the SDGs and improve the systems implemented to monitor and evaluate how funded projects and programs will support the goals of Agenda 2030.

EXETEND SUSTAINABLE INVESTIMENTS TO MINAS GERAIS

Identifying new investments that will accelerate progress towards the Agenda 2030 goals. This includes creating strategies, financial products and fundraising opportunities that focus on aspects and goals of the SDGs.

LEVERAGE PARTNERSHIPS, TECHINICAL COOPERATIONS AND FINANCIAL INNOVATIONS

Establishing partnerships with other multilateral, national and subnational development banks with a focus on SDGs, technical cooperation and seeking new ways of knowing how development institutions adapt to global agendas.

DID YOU KNOW?

In October 2019, BDMG held the largest fundraising event in its history. In a partnership with the European Investment Bank (EIB), 100 million euros were made available to finance renewable energy and energy efficiency projects, converging with SDG 7.

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Our report

Learn about our 2019 Sustainability Report here summarizing the results, areas of activity and the socioeconomic impact provided by BDMG.