SAC Apoyo Inegral, from El Salvador, and Bancompartir, from Colombia, have been ranked second and fifth in MicroRate’s social performance list. The ranking classifies regulated and non-regulated financial institutions according to their work with clients, co-workers, the community and the environment. The top banks prove the balance of their activities, which work both financially and socially.
Both institutions are part of the Global Alliance for Banking on Values and members of the Latin American Chapter. They share the six principles of Sustainabe Banking, including the triple bottom line approach to finance, which works for the people, the planet and profitability.