This document served as a basis for the presentation of ALIDE in the Global Symposium of Institutions Development Finance: "Balance sustainable development and social Financial Institutions of Development in the New World ", held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, from 19 to 20 September 2017. It discusses the role and future challenges of development financing institutions (DFIs) and the areas that stood out in general terms, which the DFIs’ actions would be targeted in the coming years, including (i) Financial inclusion and digital banking.; (ii) Economic and social infrastructure.; (iii) Technological innovation and development.; and (iv) The environment and climate change.
Author: Latin America Association of Development Financing Institutions (ALIDE)
The report begins its assessment of progress with an analysis of the global macroeconomic context, which sets the economic framework for implementation efforts. Drawing on the findings from a number of substantive work streams set up in response to mandates in the Addis Ababa Action Agenda, a thematic chapter in this report addresses how the Addis Ababa Action Agenda responds to the challenges outlined in this document.
Author: United Nations (Inter-agency task force on Financing for Development)
In this report, the voluntary criteria currently being used to define which bonds qualify as green are discussed. The growing global green bond market is further examined, as well as the Latin American and Caribbean green bond market, looking more closely at the region’s recent green bond issuances in local and international markets.