G20 Nations Shifting the Trillions: Impact Investing, Green Infrastructure and Inclusive Growth

Revue Analyse Financière, Issue 64, Q3 2017

3 Pages Posted: 30 Nov 2017 Last revised: 2 Jun 2018

M. Nicolas J. Firzli

World Pensions Council (WPC)

Date Written: July 15, 2017

Abstract

The 2017 Spring Meetings coincided with the surprise calling of snap general elections in the UK and military tensions in the Yellow Sea. Our postwar social contract has to cope with unprecedented shocks: Britain’s thorny withdrawal from the EU, worsening Migrant Crisis, rise in populist demagoguery.

But there are also positive signs: the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and new, more demanding governance norms are making unprecedented advances across the boardrooms of America, Britain, France and China, changing the world economy for the better.

Keywords: Economic Cooperation, Economic Development, Brexit, AIIB, New Silk Road, APAC, Pension Investment, Public Pensions, Asset Ownership, Fiduciary Capitalism, Corporate Governance, Impact Investing, Green Infrastructure, Inclusive Growth

JEL Classification: F13, F15, F21, F22, F33, F34, F35, F42, F43, F52, F55, F64, F65, F68, G11, G15, G17, G20, G7

Suggested Citation

Firzli, Maher Nicolas, G20 Nations Shifting the Trillions: Impact Investing, Green Infrastructure and Inclusive Growth (July 15, 2017). Revue Analyse Financière, Issue 64, Q3 2017. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3077974

Maher Nicolas Firzli (Contact Author)

World Pensions Council (WPC) ( email )

United States

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