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Developing Benchmarks and Data Collection for Infrastructure Investment – an Agenda for the G20:

As part of the next  G20/OECD Task Force on Institutional Investors and Long-term Financing the OECD will be holding a Workshop on Data Collection for Long-term Investment on Thursday the 2nd of November, from 9.30am to 1pm at the OECD Conference Centre in Paris.

The discussion will build on relevant work including proposals for a potential research agenda made in the OECD note: “Breaking Silos: Actions to Develop Infrastructure as an Asset Class and Address the Information Gap”. It will also follow-up on the “Infrastructure Data Initiative” jointly presented by the EIB, LTIC, GIH and OECD during the last G20/OECD Taskforce meeting in May the 10th 2017.

Participants will be invited to discuss the various areas covered by the Infrastructure Data Initiative. Workshop topics will include:

  • Update on the Data Collection Initiative and  G20 Context;
  • Developing Financial Performance Benchmark for Infrastructure;
  • Economic and financial viability of Infrastructure projects – impact assessment;
  • ESG Performance Benchmarks.

OECD/GIH/Chinese Ministry of Finance Forum on Long-term Infrastructure Investment, 22 July, 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.

Rome 4 July 2014

Improving the Financing of Sustainable Growth: The Role of D20 Institutions

Event hosted by the European Investment Bank and Cassa Depositi e Prestiti

Opened by the chair, Werner Hoyer, President of the European Investment Bank, the session started with opening key note speeches by Pier Carlo Padoan, Minister of Economy and Finance, Italy and Franco Bassanini, President of Cassa Depositi e Prestiti. The first panel discussed the Role of D20 Institutions on the Growth Challenge: Green Sustainability, Infrastructures and Involvement of Private Resources, and the second panel -Cooperation among D20 Institutions and MDBs. How to do more and better?


Press release: D20 and Multilateral Development Banks join forces to support economic growth, create jobs and improve productivity EIB-2014-156-EN


Statement by Heads of G20 financial institutions with a development or public mandate, reflecting the outcome of the international conference (PDF)

Business and Finance Outlook Event, 9 June 2016, Paris, France.

Following on from last year’s launch of the first OECD Business and Finance Outlook, this event will launch the release of the 2016 Business and Finance Outlook. 

G20/OECD High-level Roundtable for Long-term Investment, April 2016, Singapore.

The OECD will organise this event under the Chinese G20 presidency, following the past Roundtables organised under the Russian, Australian and Turkish G20 presidencies in 2013, 2014 and 2015 respectively.

This event will be held back to back with the G20 Investment and Infrastructure Working Group meetings and related events from 25-28 April 2016.

Past roundtable events: 2015, 2014, 2013



In February 2014, the LTIC Steering Committee (SC) met in Madrid to review its achievements in 2013 and plan its strategy and work for 2014. Mr. Dominique de Crayencour was appointed as LTIC Secretary-General and the LTIC budget for 2014 was approved.

Talks centred on a mapping exercise to be conducted on the long-term financing of Infrastructure and SMEs, on the financial regulation and on market instruments. Mr. Mikhaïl Gorst (VEB), President of the LTIC Scientific Committee, reported on its work and progress and talks ended with a group discussion on the LTIC Working Groups.

16th OECD/ADBI Tokyo Roundtable on Capital Market & Financial Reform in Asia, 22-23 March 2016. 

OECD International Seminar on the Governance of Infrastructure

Hosted by the OECD Network of Senior Infrastructure and Public Private Partnership Officials, 29th Feb – 1st March 2016, Paris France. 


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