Bolstering the Role of Private Investment in Infrastructure
Wahba Institute for Strategic Competition Director Mark Kennedy interviews Marie Lam-Frendo, the CEO of the Global Infrastructure Hub, an organization launched in 2014 by the G20 to support its infrastructure agenda. They discuss actions being taken to bolster the role of private investment in infrastructure to alleviate poverty and achieve climate goals. Topics include how best to advance infrastructure projects, the challenges that the Basel 3 and 4 banking regulations will present to the availability of financing, efforts to make infrastructure more attractive as an asset class, steps countries can take to be more attractive to private investors, and how governments must encourage infrastructure investments to be more sustainable, resilient and inclusive.
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