Scaling up existing multilateral solutions and developing new ones are key to increasing much-needed private investment in infrastructure in emerging and developing markets. In her latest article, our CEO, Marie Lam-Frendo shares her thoughts on de-risking instruments as one solution.
The ability of MDBs to maintain their central role in sustainable development in developing countries hinges on the banks’ ability to increase investing capacity and meet the needs of those countries.
Drawing on current global developments, GI Hub CEO Marie Lam-Frendo offers five recommendations for how governments can act within the 4Ps of planning, policy, performance, and partnership to leverage infrastructure for economic and social outcomes, and to support the low-carbon transition.
With infrastructure responsible for 79% of global GHGs, JETPs have great potential to rebuild trust among stakeholders and help mobilise private climate finance to support the climate transition and sustainable infrastructure development broadly. The JETP platform offers a valuable sandbox to co-create and validate new approaches and innovations while firming up political will
Despite the turmoil in the banking sector, now is not the time to become more risk averse about investing in infrastructure.
The first meeting under the Indian G20 Presidency of the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors in Bengaluru, India was a productive meeting, despite the ongoing problems evident on the global stage. Our CEO Marie Lam-Frendo discusses the outcomes.
We need more investment in economically, environmentally, and socially sustainable infrastructure, but there is real danger that investment by both the public and private sectors may slip backward
Ahead of the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors meeting this week, GI Hub CEO Marie Lam-Frendo provides insights into the actions we’re helping advance in our work with the G20.
Can investment in infrastructure fuel economic recovery? Is there a role for infrastructure in the transition to a circular economy? Hear what insights GI Hub's CEO, Marie Lam-Frendo shared in this interview for the official G20 Italy: The 2021 Rome Summit publication.
As countries announce major infrastructure packages to stimulate their post-pandemic recovery, the sector faces two substantial and related challenges: climate change and a funding shortfall, writes Marie Lam-Frendo, Chief Executive Officer of the Global Infrastructure Hub.
Infrastructure can play a significant role in economic recovery of the post-COVID world. It's critically important for coronavirus stimulus measures to focus on projects that not only grow the economy, but also anticipate the impact of future risks, particularly climate change.
Is ESG investment just a passing fad? What is the future of China’s Belt and Road Initiative? And does the Covid-19 pandemic mean we must reassess climate change targets? Our CEO Marie Lam-Frendo answers questions on the future of infrastructure.