Established by the 194 countries that make up the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in 2010, this fund aims to support developing countries' efforts to respond to the challenge of climate change. The fund's investments can be made through loans, equity, or guarantees. The focus is on investing in both climate change mitigation and adaptation projects, specifically in less developed countries.
Fynsa is the first private accredited entity in Chile, allowing it to manage fund resources and apply for projects that seek to generate a positive socio-environmental impact.
Fynsa Energy Investment Fund - Anpac Shareholders' equity: U$ 43,013,209 Its objective is to participate directly or indirectly in the company Anpac SpA, whose objective is to develop, build and operate hydroelectric power plants. It currently has a capacity of 55 MW. Apoquindo Building 5400 Equity: U$ 108,800,000 Class A building, first in Chile to receive LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification due to its standards of construction, operation and efficient use of resources. It was sold to Credit Suisse. Fondo de Inversión Impacto Social - Fundación Sentido (Social Impact Investment Fund) Assets: U$ 600,000 Its objective is to provide a comprehensive program for the insertion of young people who have completed their time in SENAME, providing them with a residence in a shared house to prevent them from being in a street situation.