Resources

GIF AC Meeting October 2017 - FX Solutions for Infrastructure session

GIF AC Meeting October 2017 - From Concept to Conception session - IPG

GIF AC Meeting October 2017 - From Concept to Conception session - GIF

GIF AC Meeting October 2017 - Big Movers Panel: Nigeria

GIF AC Meeting October 2017 - Big Movers Panel: Brazil

GIF AC Meeting October 2017 - Project Briefs

GIF AC Meeting October 2017 - GIF One Step Beyond

GIF AC Meeting October 2017 - Program Materials

Contractual Considerations for Bond and Corporate Financing in PPPs

Toll-Road PPPs: Identifying, Mitigating and Managing Traffic Risk

The Global Infrastructure Facility: fulfilling its mission

By Akihiro Tsuchiya

Nearly two years ago, the Global Infrastructure Facility, or the GIF, began its mission to develop bankable, sustainable infrastructure projects in developing countries that are attractive to investors. Being a partnership of multilateral development banks, private sector partners, donors and beneficiary countries, we have the knowledge and resources to make that happen. Read More

How the GIF helps governments build successful infrastructure projects

By Jason Zhengrong Lu

Nothing about infrastructure is quick, easy or cheap. Every step—conceptualization, feasibility studies, design, financing, construction, operations, maintenance, and stakeholder communications—takes a lot of time, money, coordination and planning. Unfortunately, in most cases, no single institution has the capacity to handle such complexity on its own, while at the same time private sector investors and financiers who have trillions to invest have not been able to find pipeline...... Read More »

Infrastructure is rewarding…but requires patience

By Bayo Oyewole

Developing viable infrastructure projects is tough in the best of circumstances. And over the last few years I’ve learned, first-hand, that developing them in emerging markets and developing countries is even tougher. That’s the main reason I joined the small-but-dedicated team of the... Read More »