Co-lending: a new road to emerging markets

IFC treasurer Jingdong Hua explains how institutional investors can help meet huge infrastructure needs – and make a profit.

Insurers, pension funds and sovereign wealth funds devote less than 1% of their assets to infrastructure debt in emerging markets  

The gap between those relatively small sums and the more than $1 trillion developing countries in Asia and around the globe urgently need for essential roads, power, transport, and housing – to fight poverty, and offer alternatives to terrorism and mass migration of economic refugees – is enormous

But it doesn’t have to be that way IFC, part of the World Bank Group focused on the private sector, has stepped up to create a first of its kind, one-stop...

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