In Mexico, the INFF will contribute to leveraging additional public and private resources allocated for sustainable development, focusing on increasing the financial system’s resilience to the most pressing social and environmental risks. The INFF will identify financial gaps, formulate strategies and tools to integrate emerging risks and consolidate institutional capacities for asset recovery and reintegration.
The INFF will strengthen the governance of the Mexican financial system for sustainable development, through a three-pronged strategy. The first stage will be to identify resource gaps by mapping the financial and non-financial resources to implement the SDGs at the national level. The INFF will facilitate the development of policies, regulations and tools to strengthen financial system resilience to environmental and climate risks. It will also support the relevant national authorities in reinforcing legal and institutional frameworks and build capacities to identify, recover and direct assets resulting from corruption and crime toward financing the country’s sustainable development priorities.
For more details, visit the Joint SDG Fund website.