As the world comes together to improve sustainability, we often wonder which green initiatives our neighbouring continents are involved in and the different struggles they go through.
All Latin American countries have ratified the Paris Agreement, which aims to limit global warming to between 1.5C and 2C above pre-industrial levels. Those goals require reaching net-zero carbon dioxide emissions by around 2050 and substantial reductions of CO2 emissions by 2030.
It is essential, as the world moves forward in the energy transition, we understand how we can help our neighbours towards a net-zero world.
Sharing her knowledge, Norma Canales, Managing Director of ANCA Global Holdings, discussed:
The presentation ended with a Q&A session between our speakers and the participants, allowing for a stimulating discussion and taking advantage of Norma’s expertise on sustainable energy projects and energy reforms in Latin America.
Note – this webinar took place on Wednesday 16th November 2022.
Norma Canales, Managing Director of ANCA Global Holdings
Norma is a recognized professional in Latin America in the energy industry. She was listed as one of the 50 most powerful women in the world of energy by Hydrogen Economist in 2022. She was an active player during the Energy Reform in Mexico advising national and international companies with the legal framework, structuring, partnerships and JVs.
Norma began her career in Finance while working in three of the most important banks of Wall Street such as Merrill Lynch, JP Morgan Chase in New York City and Morgan Stanley. She has worked for a Family Office, a Private Equity firm in Mexico City and Monterrey Nuevo Leon. She is now Managing Partner of ANCA Global Holdings, an advisory company in Mergers and Acquisitions. She is a Financial Economist from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with certificate of investment banking from the Investment Banking Institute of New York, has passed the FINRA Series 6, 66 and Notary Public of New York. She writes in Forbes Magazine, El Financiero Bloomberg, Energy 21.