According to the bank's website, "In light of the upcoming ESG sector initiative in Nepal with the banking and hydropower sectors, FMO needs to conduct preparatory groundwork as well as a COVID-19 technical assistance related response."
"FMO's client is Dolma Consulting, which is the advisory arm of Dolma Group. Dolma Consulting works with Banking and Financial Institutions, Corporates, and Development partners in Nepal to prepare their institutions and projects for access to international capital, including environmental, social and governance standards. Dolma Impact Funds I & II, Dolma Himalayan Energy and Dolma Fund Management are also FMO's clients and sister companies of Dolma Consulting, under the umbrella of Dolma Group."
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