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MFF Post 2020 What can NPBIs bring to the table for territorial investment

The European Association of Long-Term Investors (ELTI) is happy to invite you to a workshop on Tuesday 9 October 2018 on MFF Post-2020: What can NPBIs bring to the table for territorial investment.

Social Infrastructure Event 27 Sep 2018

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Following the publication of the report of the high-level task force on investing in social infrastructure, European Long-Term Investors Association and Long-Term Infrastructure Investors Association are delighted to announce a Social Infrastructure Workshop on Thursday, 27 September 2018.

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The 5th annual ELTI General Assembly will take place in Warsaw, Poland on 27 October 2017 courtesy of the Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego (BGK)

OECD High-level Roundtable on Financing Investment in Sustainable Infrastructure

19 October 2017, OECD Conference Centre, Paris

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Financing Investment in Sustainable Infrastructure

The OECD Committee on Financial Markets will be holding an OECD Financial Roundtable in the afternoon of the 19th October 2017 (15:00 to 18:00) focused on the topic of “Financing Investment in Sustainable Infrastructure”. The roundtable is a biannual informal dialogue between committee officials and private financial sector representatives and stakeholders. It is taking place during “Paris Infrastructure Week”, which features week-long events that will bring a number of experts to Paris.

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Agenda   Invitation

High quality health, education and social housing services are as crucial as energy or digital infrastructure when it comes to building resilient and competitive territories. In February 2017, ELTI launched a dedicated high-level task force – under the aegis of the EC and with the involvement of NPBIs and of the EIB – aiming to identify the needs for future investments and the financial models for social infrastructure to promote financing for this sector, something that is crucial for sustainable and inclusive growth. We will discuss how to relaunch social infrastructure financing in the EU, based on the initial findings of the High Level Task Force and with the presentation of concrete local examples of successful investments in the sector. You will find enclosed a draft agenda for the workshop.

The Workshop on Data Collection for Long-term Investment took place on 10 May 2017 as part of the G20/OECD Task Force on Institutional Investors and Long-term Financing.

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This Workshop was organised within the framework of the OECD Project on Institutional Investors and Long-Term Investment.

Summary

Discussions focused on relevant data collection exercises to support the future work of the Task Force, including work developed by the OECD including:

  • Data Gaps in Long-term Investment and Mobilisation of Private Sector Financing
  • Asset Allocation of Institutional investors
  • Infrastructure as an Asset Class

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D20 Statement

The LTIC Steering Committee meeting took place on 23 February 2017 at the KFW headquarters in Frankfurt and was later followed by the D20 conference.

LTIC Co-President Werner Hoyer (EIB) chaired the meeting, supported by LTIC Co-President Hu Huaibang (CDB) and LTIC Secretary-General Marjut Santoni (EIB).

Members from BNDES, CDB, CDC, CDG, CDP, DBJ, EIB, ICO, JBIC, KFW, LTIIA, TSKB and VEB attended the meeting.

Following the LTIC-SteerCo, the Heads of G20 Financial Institutions with a Development or Public Mandate (D20) agreed on the following joint “D20 Statement”.

LTIC Steering Committee (SC) meeting at the KfW Bankgruppe headquarters in Frankfurt later followed by the D20 conference.

On 7 February, 2017, the Long-term investment and reindustrialisation Intergroup of the European Parliament together with the European Financial Services Round Table (EFR) held a dinner debate on EU prudential regulation and incentives towards green investments.

Download the Minutes of the dinner-debate: ‘EU prudential regulation: balancing growth orientation, the green investment agenda and stability

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Biographies of the Speakers

List of Participants

Speakers:

Denis Duverne, Chairman of the Board of Directors of AXA, Vice-Chairman of the European Financial Services Round Table (EFR)
Valdis Dombrovskis, Vice-President for the Euro and Social Dialogue, also in charge of Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union, European Commission
Sir Adrian Montague, Chairman of Aviva, Chair of the European Financial Services Round Table’s working group on Climate Change
Mikołaj Dowgielewicz, Permanent Representative of the European Investment Bank to the European Union

Brussels, 11-12 April 2016

Implementing Financial Instruments in Cooperation with Financial Intermediaries: Advanced Seminar on Selection and Remuneration of Financial Intermediaries in Compliance with ESIF Regulations, State Aid & Public Procurement Rules.

This practical two-day seminar will focus on the implementation of financial instruments in particular on the tendering of financial intermediaries. The advanced seminar will support a sound selection and remuneration of financial intermediaries in compliance with State aid and public procurement rules.

The Euro Yearbook 2015 will be presented in Brussels at a Bruegel event on 9 March 2016.

How can Europe make progress with EMU and move towards a Fiscal Union?

Euro Yearbook 2015 is a project of the Spanish Financial Studies Foundation and ICO Foundation. This edition focuses on fiscal union, banking union and Euro Area governance. After the presentation, there will be a debate on the topic of the fiscal union, and the ICO CFO, Fernando Navarrete, will be among the panellists. 

Progress with EMU to date has left a bitter-sweet taste. While major advances have certainly been made (strengthening the European Central Bank’s role as a federal institution; achieving a return to growth, albeit muted; implementing a model of European banking supervision; agreeing on a Resolution Mechanism; and, above all, successfully navigating the Greek crisis), we have also seen unmitigated failures, such as persistent concerns over the mutualisation of bank debt, continuous delays with the proposed deposit guarantee scheme, plus endless debates on the merits of a fiscal union.

This event featured a presentation around these issues as well as a panel discussion about the issue of Fiscal Union.

Contact

European Long-Term Investors a.i.s.b.l.
Rue Montoyer 51
B - 1000 Brussels
Belgium
secretariat@eltia.eu