Addressing barriers on the pathway toward infrastructure as an asset class
In our role supporting the G20’s agenda on sustainable, inclusive and resilient infrastructure, the GI Hub is acting on the G20 Eminent Persons Group recommendation of a case for infrastructure as an asset class, distinct from generic corporate exposures, with its own differentiated risk profile.
The GI Hub is uniquely positioned to act as a trusted facilitator in private and public sector consideration of this issue. A current GI Hub initiative considers the impact of regulatory capital charges on infrastructure investment.
An initiative of the Global Infrastructure Hub, InfraChallenge is an innovation competition aiming to accelerate the global infrastructure industry.
Africa has an infrastructure pipeline that has never been unlocked. The Program is the first of its kind and will upskill African public servants in a PPP academic program that is tailored to the needs of their country.
The GI Hub’s Country Engagement Programs are designed to be year-long engagements with individual countries, providing intensive support to their infrastructure programs in partnership with relevant multilateral organisations and government.
The Global Infrastructure Hub is a not-for-profit organisation and has received grant funding from G20 and non-G20 countries.