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Enhancing Financial Inclusion Toward the SDGs

The United Nations has set out to utilize global resources in collaboration with important financing partners such as global, multilateral institutions, regional development banks, member countries, and the private sector to mobilize the approximately $3 trillion financing needed to meet the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 2030 Agenda. Though some may view extreme climate risks as longer-term, the current effects including extreme weather events, water crisis, the loss of biodiversity, and the resultant unintended consequences such as illegal migration arising from global inequalities are symptoms of a crystallization of the climate crisis. A United Nations study shows that by achieving the…
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Ebuka Chukwuebuka is a Chartered Accountant and has earned the right to use the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation. He has more than 15 years combined experience in Audit, Advisory and Management Consulting with indigenous boutique firms and with globally renowned practices. He has advised high net-worth individuals, family offices, ... Read more
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