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Development Finance  |  Issue 5  


Leaders with impact
How Europe is leveraging the private sector for development

-Why fair taxation should be a development goal
-Could wealthy millennials become impact investors?
-Zambia praises IFC over new solar programme
Development Finance is the first global magazine for donors, development finance institutions, development agencies, the private sector and non-governmental organisations, which highlights and analyses where capital is being mobilised most effectively for the global south, in particular in terms of financing development in the secondary cities of Latin America, Asia and Africa.

With an expert advisory board comprising Cities Alliance, the Inter-American Development Bank, the World Bank, the Development Bank of Southern Africa, the African Development Bank, the Stockholm International Water Institute, the Commonwealth Local Government Forum, CAF (the Development Bank of Latin America) and the Japan International Cooperation Agency, the magazine outlines the challenges and opportunities facing national and local governments in attracting and deploying finance to relieve poverty and make societies more resilient.
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Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in Development Finance Issue 5.

Rethinking development finance for Africa By Paul Collier Professor of Economics and Public Policy, University of Oxford Viewpoint The conventional narrative as to why Africa needs to attract foreign investment has been that the...
Leaders with impact Europe’s development finance institutions (DFIs) have shown the benefits of collaboration and co-financing but are also keen to promote their individual strengths. Jack Aldane spoke to the CEOs of fou...
A voyage of discovery Luuk Zonneveld has had both feet on the ground since the start of his career in development but it wasn’t until he became the CEO of BIO that he saw at first hand the impact of a long-term commercial ...
460 billionaires will hand over US$2.1 trillion in the next 20 years–can the next generation help fund the SDGs? Following UBS’s announcement at the 2017 World Economic Forum that it is seeking to scale up the amount of private capital invested by wealthy millennials in attaining the Sustainable Development Goal...
The eighteenth SDG One of the key outcomes of the 2015 Addis Ababa meeting on Financing for Development was an emphasis on the crucial role of the domestic resources of developing countries in financing development, yet...
ABIDJAN - LAGOS CORRIDOR ORGANIZATION Abidjan-Lagos Corridor Organization (ALCO) is a sub-regional Institution established on 30th April 2002 by the five Heads of State of Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Togo, Benin and Nigeria, with the support o...
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Development Finance   |   Issue 5   


Leaders with impact
How Europe is leveraging the private sector for development

-Why fair taxation should be a development goal
-Could wealthy millennials become impact investors?
-Zambia praises IFC over new solar programme
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Development Finance magazine print subscription.
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