Exploring Financial Policy and Regulatory Barriers to Private Climate Finance in South-East Asia

Inquiry Community: International Finance Corporation

Inquiry Publications

  • Exploring Financial Policy and Regulatory Barriers to Private Climate Finance in South-East Asia

    Date: 06-Sep-2015

    This report is based on primary research carried out through interviews with finance industry practitioners, government officials, financial market regulators, and civil society actors in Indonesia, Phillipines and Viet Nam, as well as desk research on Malaysia and Cambodia. The objective was to identify and analyze existing and potential policy or regulatory barriers within the financial markets

  • Colombia Country Report

    Date: 15-Jun-2015

    This paper explores the state of green finance in Colombia within the wider economic and financial sector context, and identifies challenges and potential solutions that would enhance the application of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) criteria in the financial sector decision-making process and mobilize more investments for the transition toward a green economy. It highlights

  • Indonesia Country Report

    Date: 30-Apr-2015

    Placing Indonesia’s economy onto a green and sustainable development pathway, as envisaged in the National Long Term Development Plan, will require a large mobilization of investment. Estimates of the annual investment needed are in the order of US$300‐530 billion, with a large portion of this investment needed in critical infrastructure, as well as environmentally sensitive

  • Kenya Country Report

    Date: 04-Nov-2015

    This report, led by the International Finance Corporation and the UNEP Inquiry into the Design of a Sustainable Financial System, aims to promote inclusive green investment in Kenya. It focuses on policy, structural, and investment innovations across the economy and financial sector that would increase capital flows that support sustainable development. It looks at the main

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