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The forum, held on 26 March 2018 in Paris, brought together key decision-makers covering relevant fields, professions, regions, the public and private sector; from centres of government, ministries of finance, regulators, sub-national governments, financial institutions and institutional investors to work together on ways to provide infrastructure in the public interest.

The meeting highlighted some of the most effective practices in key areas for ensuring integrity and transparency in infrastructure governance, such as stakeholder participation in infrastructure policy; standardised and inclusive procurement processes; open contracting and disclosure; as well as techniques to avoid policy capture.



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

Draft Programme

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.


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

Agenda   Summary   Presentations

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 2nd November 2017, 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.


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.


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


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


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)


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.


Financing the social housing sector: which models?

Date: 21 May 2021 - 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM (CEST)

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The recession following the COVID-19 pandemic grants an increasing role to housing, making it especially harder for the most deprived to work in decent conditions. At the same time, social housing is considered an essential lever to achieve energy efficiency objectives and fight against energy poverty, as set out by the Renovation Wave. It is finally a key principle in the implementation of the European Pillar of Social Rights. As a result, adequate and sufficient sources of funding are required.

This webinar will be the occasion to explore different models of financing of the social housing sector in Europe and how they can be articulated. National Promotional Banks and Institutions (NPBIs), long-term investors, very active in financing social housing will share their experience in articulating national public resources, EU funding and private capital, along social impact private investors and experts on the field.

Simona Bonafé (S&D), Maria da Graça Carvalho (EPP) and Dominique Riquet (RE), are pleased to invite you to the next conference of the Sustainable, Long-term Investments & Competitive European Industry Intergroup on Financing the social housing sector: which models?.

This session ​will be the occasion to explore different models of financing of the social housing sector in Europe and how they can be articulated in the context of the recession following the COVID-19 pandemic, the energy efficiency objectives set out by the Renovation Wave, and the implementation of the European Pillar of Social Rights.

Keynote by Nicolas Schmit, Commissioner for Jobs and Social Rights

Confirmed speakers:

  • Valentina Superti, Director of Tourism and proximity, DG Grow, European Commission
  • Francesco Profumo, President of ACRI (Associazione di Fondazioni e di Casse di Risparmio) and President of the Fondazione Compagnia San Paolo
  • François de Borchgrave, Founder and Managing Partner, KOIS
  • Marco Doglio, Chief Real Estate Officer - Cassa Depositi e Prestiti & CEO - CDP Immobiliare SGR
  • Sorcha Edwards, Secretary General, Housing Europe
  • Laurent Ghekiere, European Affairs Director, Union Sociale de l’Habitat on the European alliance for Sustainable and inclusive social housing

Moderated by Helmut Helmut von Glasenapp, ELTI Secretary General

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).


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