The finance in common 2021 summit

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Finance in Common 2021 Summit

Building upon the positive results of the first edition of the Finance in Common Summit (FiCS), Public Development Banks will convene for a second time to reiterate and reinforce their commitments in support of common actions for climate and sustainable development.

The Summit will be hosted by Cassa Depositi e Prestiti (CDP), the Italian National Promotional Institution and Financial Institution for Development Cooperation, in partnership with IFAD and with the support from all the members of the Finance in Common Coalition.

It will be held 19-20 October 2021 in Rome and in digital format, and will gather the whole development bank community, comprising more than 500 PDBs and other key stakeholders (governments, central banks, private sector, civil society, think tanks and academia, etc.).
 

Interpretation is available in English, French, Spanish, and Arabic for plenary sessions.

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Online

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