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Peter Greenwood Returns to TriLinc as Director of ESG and Impact

TriLinc Global LLC, a sponsor of non-traded impact investing offerings, announced that Peter Greenwood has re-joined the firm as director of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) and impact to lead the company’s strategy and daily ESG and impact operations.

TriLinc Global LLC, a sponsor of non-traded impact investing offerings, announced that Peter Greenwood has re-joined the firm as director of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) and impact to lead the company’s strategy and daily ESG and impact operations.

Greenwood returns to TriLinc after serving as a country manager for Latin America and the Caribbean at the U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA). In this capacity, he was responsible for the origination and portfolio monitoring of the agency’s portfolio in Mexico and Central America.

“We are very excited to have Peter back with TriLinc knowing his ESG and impact experience will provide valuable insight and leadership to this crucial component of our business,” said Gloria Nelund, CEO and founder of TriLinc. “Peter’s background and hands-on analyses in emerging markets works well with TriLinc’s goal of advancing systemic change in key areas of sustainability through our investment activity.”

Greenwood previously consulted for a Bogotá-based conservation trust fund and worked for the Overseas Private Investment Corporation, where he supported the due diligence, portfolio management, and investment policy evaluation efforts its investment funds department.

Greenwood holds a Master of Business Administration from the Universidad de los Andes in Bogotá, a Master of Public and International Affairs (MPIA) degree from the University of Pittsburgh, and a Bachelor of Arts in international studies and Spanish from the University of Minnesota.

TriLinc, through its registered investment advisor subsidiaries, has invested more than $1 billion in private debt globally and seeks to demonstrate the power of the capital markets in helping solve some of the world’s pressing socioeconomic and environmental challenges. TriLinc funds provide growth-stage loans and trade finance to small and medium enterprises in select developing economies where access to affordable capital is limited.

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