The Role of Reynolds Ventures​
A national and international network.
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Ethical, Green, Sustainable Development
Climate change and the erosion of the world’s natural resources and balances have become the defining issues of the 21st century. The younger generation clamors for more multilateral development, so it is essential that the private...
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ABOUT US

Reynolds Ventures is a boutique financial firm. We connect companies that raise capital for ethical and sustainable investments with like-minded investors. We focus on Europe, Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay.

Reynolds Ventures is comprised of a multi-skilled and multi-lingual team who possess a wide range of solid contacts. We offer a keen understanding of economic and societal factors in the countries of business.

We concentrate on efficient and renewable energy, sustainable agriculture, forestry, water conservation and sustained manufacturing and real estate.

The Role of Reynolds Ventures

A national and international network.

* Corporate and Project Developers
* Green Finance teams in major banks and legal firms
* Green and Sustainable Fund Managers
* National and Multilateral Development Banks
* Government Agencies/Ministries, such as UK and Brazilian Green Finance Institutes

Frances Reynolds

Ms. Reynolds started Reynolds EcoInvest XXI in 2019, building on Reynolds Ventures, founded in 2007. Ms. Reynolds oversees the company‘s strategy as well as the advisory and match-making services. For over 25 years, Ms. Reynolds has held positions in a range of multinational companies and in corporate advisory: as VP Latin America Sales at Warner Brothers and as VP at Orion Pictures. In 1992 she created Mega Distribuidora de Filmes, Brazil to represent Buena Vista International (Disney Television distribution in Brazil).

Ethical, Green, Sustainable Development

Climate change and the erosion of the world’s natural resources and balances have become the defining issues of the 21st century. The younger generation clamors for more multilateral development, so it is essential that the private sector respond with ethical and sustainable investment and participation. This is the way that responsible governments and
investors can co-operate to meet the climate crisis.

In order to limit global temperature increases to 1.5 C, it is estimated that $6 trillion per annum globally needs to be redirected towards green, sustainable and ethical investment in order to reshape cities, energy systems, infrastructure and land use around the world.

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