Globalance Footprint
of CAF Corp Andina Fomento


Impact Themes

Footprint according to Themes

The Footprint of CAF Corp Andina Fomento is determined by the following Impacts:





My Footprint70
MSCI World43


  • Colors indicate Footprint Themes
  • Length of bars indicate impact contribution per theme
  • Actual/Max-column compares for each theme the actual scores to the maximum achievable in this sector or asset class. 0/0 stands for a theme not assessed.


Did you know

As part of its environmental commitment, the Authority of the Panama Canal, with the financial support of CAF, is developing initiatives and studies to promote sustainability in the operations of the Inter-Oceanic Canal. One of these initiatives, framed in the strategy called: La Ruta Verde del Canal (the Canal's Green Route), is focused on promoting a low-carbon policy. In 2012, the carbon footprint estimate was developed for the operation of the Panama Canal for the 2013 fiscal year. A software-tool for the annual estimate of the carbon footprint was implemented, the Authority’s staff trained and the data for the calculations of the carbon footprint 2014 compiled.

Selected Footprint Facts

  • Financed by CAF, the first Metro line in Panama is 14 km long, has 12 stations, and 19 trains with three carriages each. Its impact on the city’s traffic is very positive.

  • As part of CAF’s Andean Bio-Trade initiative, a strategy for preservation and sustainable land-use, more than 100 executives from financial and local development agencies were trained, and close to 60,000 hectares of land have been put under sustainable management.


Beyond the risks that Latin America confronts in the current global situation, the region has important structural challenges to overcome if it wants to reach higher levels of development with improved efficiency, social justice and sustainability.

Enrique Garcia
Executive President

Regions and Sectors

Revenue By Region

North America
Latin America
  • North America 6%
  • Latin America 94%

Revenue By Business

  • Financial Systems 34.5%
  • Infrastructure 30%
  • Social and Environmental Development 15%
  • Productive Sector 13%
  • Structural Reforms 7%
  • Cooperation Fund 0.5%