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Finance Watch: The Long-Term financing agenda -the way to sustainable growth? conference on 04 February 2015


Alliance of Liberals & Democrats for Europe (ALDE) New Year Conference on 06 January 2015 (Word)

LTIC SC Istanbul rev











LTIC Steering Committee meeting in TSKB premises, Garden of Eden, Istanbul, Turkey


D20 meeting for 2015 organised jointly by LTIC and TSKB starting in the morning; including debates on various economic themes and followed by a social event

D20 Statement (PDF)

D20 Press Release (PDF)


Group of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists & Democrats in the European Parliament Internal Policy Seminar, 18 November 2014, 0900-1600 Room JAN4Q2 -Investing in the Future: Sustainable development, growth & jobs

Seminar Programme (Word)


Confrontations Europe held the European Long-Term Investment Conference: a new beginning for Investment in Brussels on 3-4 December 2014

The keys to restoring Investment

Conference programme (PDF) & link to presentations by speakers (PPT and/or PDF)

 -Debates were simultaneously translated into French and English

Standard & Poor's Annual Infrastructure Finance Seminars providing updates on credit ratings and trend factors affecting the infrastructure industry


London 18th November 2014 agenda (PDF) and registration

Paris 19th November 2014 agenda (PDF) and registration

Frankfurt 20th November 2014 agenda (PDF) and registration


The above events are open to investors, bankers and other finance professionals, and free to attend. However, places are limited and allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.


Paris 26 November 2014

The Long-term Investment Global Policy Roundtable:

working agenda (PDF)

summary of discussion (PDF)

The ELTI WG on energy efficiency was an opportunity to meet and to network that started with presentations on the European Commission EU energy efficiency policy and energy efficiency financial instruments made by  Mr. Paul Hodson (DG ENER)and  Mr. Thomas de Bethune (DG REGIO) followed by a presentation of the work of The Energy Efficiency Financial Institutions Group (EEFIG) by Annie Degen (UNEP Finance Initiative).

Finally Mrs. Zarpana Signor (Deutsche Bank) made a presentation on the European Energy Efficiency Fund (EEEF) before leaving the floor to the ELTI Secretary-General Mr Dominique de Crayencour as moderator by raising topics for future meetings.

The OECD Green Investment Financing Forum (GIFF) is an annual event aimed at promoting dialogue and enhancing understanding between a wide range of countries and institutions interested in mobilising private investment financing for low carbon and climate-resilient infrastructure. Speakers include high-level representatives from governments of OECD countries and emerging economies, developing countries, Green Investment Banks (GIBs), institutional investors and the private sector, international organisations and NGOs. Forum subject to Chatham House Rules.


European Long-Term Investors a.i.s.b.l.
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