The Equator Principles
The Equator Principles (EP) are intended to serve as a common baseline and risk management framework for financial institutions to identify, assess, and manage environmental and social risks when financing large-scale infrastructure and industrial projects.
The Equator Principles Financial Institutions (EPFIs) implement the 10 Equator Principles through their internal environmental and social risk management policies, procedures, and standards.
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Blue Dot Network (BDN)
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G20 Principles for Quality Infrastructure Investment
A set of voluntary, non-binding principles designed to reflect the G20’s common aspiration for quality infrastructure investment.More
G7 Charlevoix Commitment on Innovative Financing for Development
In 2018, the G7 (Group of Seven) adopted the Charlevoix Commitment on Innovative Financing for Development to respond to tremendous need for development financing to facilitate resource mobilization for sustainable development.More
OECD Compendium of Good Practices for Quality Infrastructure InvestmentMore
OECD Policy Framework for Investment
The OECD Policy Framework for Investment (PFI) looks at 12 different policy areas affecting investments.More