DescriptionInfrastructure governance will play an important role to increase funding effectiveness for infrastructure investment in a post-crisis scenario. In order to meet investment needs, governments can turn to improving resource efficiency and collaboration with the private sector. To maximise the benefits, these efforts need to be accompanied by the development of appropriate financial instruments to encourage both debt and equity financing. Infrastructure governance frameworks that allow for innovative approaches to fund and finance infrastructure programmes linked to economic stimulus packages could be a powerful tool to mobilise investors, diversify sources of financing and optimise risk allocation. This session will discuss how governments could facilitate channels for private investment, promote innovative structures to increase access to infrastructure project financing, and to mobilise further resources from institutional investors in a post-crisis scenario.
Breakout session 2: Joining forces - designing robust governance frameworks for sustainable infrastructure that support innovative private financing and adequate risk transfer mechanisms
Oct 30th, 02:35 pm - 03:45 pm
Senior Fellow at the Brookings...
Long-Term Infrastructure Investors...
Global Infrastructure Hub
Chief Content Officer
Vauban Infrastructure Partners
CEO and Founding Partner
Senior Counsellor, Directorate for...
Patricio Alberto Rey Sommer
Desarrollo País (Fondo de...