Comment (3) Hits: 3875

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.

Agenda

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

TokyoRoundtable

Agenda  Summary Report  Information Note

17th Tokyo Roundtable on Capital Market and Financial Reform in Asiatook place on 2-3 March 2017 at the Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI) in Tokyo, Japan. This meeting was jointly organised by the ADBI and the OECD, in co-operation with the Government of Japan.

Initiated in 1999 in the aftermath of the Asian financial crisis, the Tokyo Roundtable offers a forum for regulators, policy-makers, experts, scholars, private sector and international organisations to discuss issues relating to capital market and financial reform in Asia.

Information note (PDF)

LTICSteeringCommittee

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

Agenda

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

2016 11 23 EP in STRA 2On Wednesday 23 November 2016 the European Parliament Intergroup on Long-Term Investment and Reindustrialisation met in Strasbourg. Under the chair of the Member of the European Parliament (MEP) Dominique Riquet (FR) and Vice-President of the European Parliament Adina-Ioana Vălean, EFSI was discussed for 1 ½ hours. 

Ca. 50 persons of which 9 were MEPs – one of them being EFSI co-rapporteur José-Manuel Fernandes, and many assistants to MEPs (including to the European Parliament’s President Martin Schultz) attended the meeting. 

Based on the three ELTI position papers, the main points of the discussion were: The European Fund for Strategic Investment (EFSI), ART. 38 CPR – European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI) & European Structural and Investment Funds (ESI) and the External Investment Plan (EIP).

 JZP7141

Agenda

The 4th annual ELTI General Assembly took place on 28 October 2016 in Madrid, Spain, courtesy of the Instituto de Crédito Oficial (ICO)

CDP Washington Workshop

The Investment Plan for Europe and How to Decline It Outside Europe: The perspective from National Promotional Institutions (NPIs)

Europe is now facing one of the most important challenges of its recent history with ongoing great demographic, political, financial and economic changes regarding mainly its internal equilibrium, the relationships within the Mediterranean region, and worldwide balances.

The European Central Bank intervention alone is not sufficient anymore to restore economic activity and support the business cycle in Europe. There is a broad consensus about the need to stimulate the aggregate demand by re-launching investments in order to achieve sustainable and inclusive growth, improving the levels of stability of economic system.

In last years, NPIs have been playing a significant role in sustaining both national and European economies. Their role has become more and more important and the range of available financial tools has widened in response to the evolution of the global scenario. In a period with an abundant liquidity supply, these institutions have been asked to support economic activity by playing a promotional role in the Investment Plan for Europe (also known as Juncker Plan).

Nowadays, the European Union is working to implement an External Investment Plan aiming to support investments in regions outside the EU as a vehicle to tackle the root causes of migration, while contributing to the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals. This Plan could be crucial to help facing the long-lasting refugee crisis and to re-affirm Europe’s role at global level.

OECD/GIH/Chinese Ministry of Finance Forum on Long-term Infrastructure Investment, 22 July 2016, Chengdu, China, back to back with the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors Meeting.

High-Level Seminar on Financing of Long-Term Quality Investment and Institutional Investors, sponsored by the Japanese government will be organised in Asia during 2016.

Communicating Investment at EU national regional and local level

Conference Programme

Venue: European Committee of the Regions, rue Belliard 99-101, 1000 Brussels

A one-day event for networking, sharing communication best practices and discussing about communication challenges related to investment in EU countries. 

The high-level conference "Communicating investment at EU, national, regional and local level" took place in Brussels on July 1st 2016. It was conceived as a one-day event for networking, sharing communication best practises and discussing communication challenges related to investment in EU countries. The event brought together communication experts active in investment promotion and communication from across the EU, both from private and public sectors. Leaders of EU structural funds managing authorities were also present as well as representatives of the EU institutions and the European Investment Bank. Together they had the opportunity of brainstorming and raising awareness about communication activities related to EU funds and the Investment Plan for Europe. Case studies Case studies from Bulgaria, Extremadura, Flanders and Vienna as well as a moderated brainstorming session with conference participants were presented and a panel debate took place in the morning while in the afternoon participants were invited to think about communication challenges and identify topics to be discussed in small groups.

GreenInfrastructureInvestmentForum

Invitation & Agenda   Green Infrastructure Investment Coalition

Green Infrastructure Investment Coalition India Forum

30 June 2016

Venue: The London Stock Exchange, 10 Paternoster Square, London, EC4M 7LS

Registration for limited places: www.giicoalition.org/india-registration

Hosted by the London Stock Exchange, the inaugural India Forum of the Green Infrastructure Investment Coalition (GIIC) brought together European institutional investors, Indian green infrastructure developers and financiers, development banks and perspectives from both governments.

The Forum allowed investors to discover the abundant investment grade opportunities in India generated by the low-carbon transition (one that will require investments of approximately USD 1-2tr per year globally), whilst giving project developers and financiers a chance to discuss their project pipelines. Participants also examined and addressed barriers to capital flows in India and explored available solutions.

Contact

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