As stated by the GCF, the Blue Green Bank will bring together public, private, and multilateral institutions to ensure that green financing for adaptation and mitigation projects becomes and remains available to the local population. The bank will deliver funds, guarantees, and other financial products to support the existing financial ecosystem of banks, credit unions, and insurance companies that facilitate the funding of blue/green climate-responsive programs– in alignment with Barbados’s Nationally Determined Contributions and development plans.
As stated by the GCF, Pegasus Capital Advisors is an organisation headquartered in the United States of America that operates internationally. The applicant provides strategic growth capital to middle-market companies operating in the sustainability and wellness sectors and focuses its investment on investments within both the sustainability sector, such as renewable energy, waste and recycling, and agriculture amongst others.
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Borrower - Pegasus Capital Advisors:
Address: 750 East Main Street, Suite 600 Stamford, Stamford, United States
Mr. Craig Cogut - Founder, Chairman & CEO
Mr. Brian Friedman - General Counsel & Chief Compliance Officer
National Designated Authority - Economic Affairs and Investment Division Ministry of Finance, Economic Affairs and Investment:
The Hon. Mr. Ryan Straughn M.P. - Minister in the Ministry of Finance and Economic Affairs
Address: Government Headquarters Bay Street, St. Michael, Barbados
Phone: +535-5441 / +535-5359
Mrs. Betty Alleyne-Headley - Permanent Secretary, Economic Affairs and Investment Division, Ministry of Finance, Economic Affairs and Investment
Address: 3rd Floor East, Warrens Office Complex, Warrens St. Michael, St. Michael, Barbados
Phone: +535-1304 / +535-1326
Mr. Ricardo Marshall - Director, Roofs to Reefs Programme (R2RP), Prime Minister’s Office
Address: Government Headquarters Bay Street St. Michael, Barbados
Mr. Ronnie Griffith - Chief Economist, Economic Affairs and Investment Division, Ministry of Finance, Economic Affairs and Investment
Ms. Richelle Gaskin - Economist I, Economic Affairs and Investment Division, Ministry of Finance, Economic Affairs and Investment
Ms. Sharifa Roach-Vaughan - Secretary to the Minister, Economic Affairs and Investment Division, Ministry of Finance, Economic Affairs and Investment
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