CABEI is accredited as a member of the ENMO for its good practices based on excellence
CABEI at the forefront of best ethical practices.
Tegucigalpa July 28th, 2020.- The Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI), in its constant search for excellence, has been accredited as a member of the Ethics Network of Multilateral Organizations (ENMO). CABEI's participation in the ENMO conferences is an important step in the advancement of the Bank's institutional ethical culture in good practices of ethics and compliance, options for improvement, exchange of experiences and initiatives.
In its twelfth edition, organized by the World Bank (BM), the ENMO conferences took place for the first time in its virtual modality due to the crisis of the Covid-19 Pandemic; however, this did not present any obstacle to promote initiatives in which the Ethics departments of these multilaterals, take an even more active role within each organization, facing new dilemmas in ethics, since the working conditions now represent more challenges for the collaborators.
For CABEI, being part of the ENMO Conferences allows it to update its processes, modifying policies, and good practices in ethical issues and criteria.
In this sense, the Executive President of CABEI, Dr. Dante Mossi, commented that transparency and good practices are an integral component in the way of working of the multilateral "this accreditation confirms our commitment and is an incentive to continue to persevere in good practices to ensure the enjoyment of a good reputation, loyalty of partners and strategic allies, attract investments, and establish relationships with suppliers, which are values that have become an asset of great value for the Bank.”
Different relevant points, such as the Policy on Harassment, Retaliation and Intimidation, Ethics for the Admissibility and Protection of Information, and the Policy for Whistleblowing and Retaliation, will be an important basis for the new rules to be presented in the coming days, which include important projects such as the comparative evaluation.
The ENMO Conferences are a clear example that, in the midst of union in adversity, ethics and values always make us prevail and move forward.