Co-investing with development finance institutions
Development Finance Institutions play catalytic roles in developing and emerging markets investments. Through risk-reduction, establishment of best practice, improved corporate governance and acting as principals/conduits for public and private investment capital they are facilitating the growth of Sustainable Finance.
The achievement of the SDGs in lesser developed countries presents some fascinating investment opportunities. Delegates will learn how to engage/partner in public and private financing investments with DFIs + consider their own investments via the SDGs.
Lecturer: Grant Metcalfe-Smith
Learning goal: Learn about the strategic work of DFIs in relation to Sustainable Finance and how to partner with them as part of your investment strategy.
PS framework: Methods
CPD accredited: Yes (3 credits)
Beneficial for: CIOs, Asset Allocators, Analysts, PMs, Strategists, Board of directors, Sustainability & Stewardship Officers etc.
Sprint structure: 90min input + 90min deliberate practice, reflection and implementation planning
Format: Online (Zoom)
Costs: EUR 298 per participant
Minimum size: 5 participants
BEST PRACTICES (90min)
- Mandates of DFIs in Sustainable Finance
- The opportunistic nature of DFI investment strategies + the implications for private capital.
- Investment examples + SDGs
- How to partner with DFIs
DELIBERATE PRACTICE (60min)
Participants will apply the learning by:
- identifying specific SDG sectors material to their stakeholders.
- Bringing a specific investment which may be linked to a DFI + to make an initial mapping of it to 1 or more SDGs.
LESSONS LEARNED (10min)
NEXT STEPS (5min)
FEEDBACK FORM (5min)