The workshop team's report analyzes the barriers and opportunities for impact investing and Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) incorporation among institutional investors in Latin America’s six largest economies (Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Colombia, Chile, and Peru). Most of the largest pools of institutional capital in these countries are in pension funds, so the team conducted a thorough analysis of each investor's ESG policies, monitoring and evaluation criteria, and adherence to international sustainable investing standards. In its final report, the team presented an overview of social, political, and economic forces that are shaping the future trends for ESG integration for these institutional investors. The team discussed the challenges that they face in ESG integration, such as consolidated domestic bond markets, constraining regulatory environments, and fiduciary obligations to shareholders that make ESG investing infeasible. The team determined that while ESG investing is gaining traction throughout the region, the majority of the investors they profiled are still in the early stages of adoption, and none are prioritizing social or environmental impact to a degree where they could be considered "impact investors." The prevalence of greenwashing and a lack of internationally recognized metrics and KPIs are among the principal challenges preventing further integration of ESG among institutional investors in the region.