The Monetary Authority of Singapore is the central bank of Singapore. Its mission is to promote economic growth, to conduct integrated supervision of financial services, to manage the official foreign reserves and to develop Singapore as an international financial centre.
For over 20 years, Natixis has assisted its sponsor and investor clients in achieving their infrastructure financing objectives throughout the world. Over the years the team has advised on, arranged or financed more than 300 projects in 60 countries.
Meridiam is a global investor and asset manager specializing in public and community infrastructure with a long-term view. Founded in 2005 by current CEO Thierry Déau, the company is an independent player committed to aligning the interests of all stakeholders.
Campbell Lutyens is an independent advisory firm founded in 1988 focused on fund placement and secondary advisory. The firm has offices in London, New York and Hong Kong and a broad-ranging expertise in the private equity, infrastructure and private debt sectors.
The World Bank is a vital source of financial and technical assistance to developing countries around the world. We are not a bank in the ordinary sense but a unique partnership to reduce poverty and support development.
Establishing the Hub is a significant and practical initiative by the G20 to drive progress on its infrastructure agenda and to move engagement with the private sector beyond business as usual.
Founded in 2014 by investors and for investors, Long Term Infrastructure Investors Association works with a wide range of stakeholders, including infrastructure investors, policy-makers and academia, on supporting long-term, responsible deployment of private capital to public infrastructure around the world.
In 2009 Caisse des Dépots, Cassa Depositi e Prestiti, the European Investment Bank and Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau created the Long-Term Investors Club (LTIC). Today the Long-Term Investors Club gathers 18 major financial institutions and institutional investors mainly from G20 countries, representing a combined balance sheet total of USD 5.4 trillion.