28 May 2015 – Singapore

The Roundtable was organised under the aegis of the G20 Turkish Presidency and the OECD, and co-hosted by the Singapore Ministry of Finance. Discussions focused on:

  • The role of capital markets for long-term investment
  • Access to finance: financial instruments for infrastructure investment
  • Enabling infrastructure investment: Addressing the risks
  • Infrastructure as an asset class: Understanding institutional investors potential and bridging the data gap
  • The current regulatory environment for institutional investors and long-term investment
  • Investment in emerging markets and low income countries

Participants included high-level representatives of pension funds, insurance companies and sovereign wealth funds as well as high-level officials and experts from ministries of finance, central banks and international organisations. The Roundtable was organised back to back with the meetings of the G20/OECD Task Force on Institutional Investors and Long-term Financing and the G20 Investment and Infrastructure Working Group.

This event built on the 2014 G20/OECD High-Level Roundtable, taking place within the framework of the OECD project on Institutional Investors and Long-Term Investment. Launched in 2012, this project promotes long-term investment (LTI), including in real assets such as infrastructure, addressing both potential regulatory and market failures.

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Speakers biographies

Discussion Summary


OECD Project on Institutional Investors and Long-Term Investment

G20-OECD work on long-term financing

Report to G20 on the pooling of institutional investors capital – Selected case studies in unlisted equity infrastructure (pdf)

Report to G20 on private financing and government support to promote long-term investments in infrastructure (pdf)

G20 Turkish Presidency website