RBW holds events on private finance, investment climate (April 2013)

Rethinking Bretton Woods | Mon, Apr 8, 2013

On April 19-21 the World Bank/ International Monetary Fund will hold their Spring meetings in Washington DC. The Center of Concern is involved in a series of side-events:

April 17, 4 - 6 pm:

The G20’s Track Record in Reforming the Financial System for Financing of Investment

A roundtable with G20 member governments that Center of Concern cosponsors with Brookings Institution and the Heinrich Boell Foundation. (This is a closed event)

April 19, 9  – 11 am: Leveraging private sector with public money: Positive innovation? Corporate welfare?

Modalities to “leverage” the private sector are beginning to appear in different ways in the World Bank and donors’ agenda. Join us for a session to explore and discuss the challenges they pose.

(Please download flyer for more information)

April 20, 4 – 5:30 pm Civil Society Strategy Session on Doing Business Review

An important review of the World Bank’s Doing Business project is underway. Join us for a session to learn more about Doing Business and to help drive a strategy to get the best result from the Doing Business review.

(Please download flyer for more information)