TETD || Do Multilateral Development Banks Have Sufficient Capital For Meeting Global Development Goals?

The Energy Transition Dialogue 2023 | There is increased dissatisfaction with the structure, performance, and accountability of the existing international financial structure. Faced with interlocking crises—a sovereign debt crisis, food and fuel inflation, and the requirements of climate action—the decades-old multilateral development finance structure is struggling.

How can the multilateral development architecture be more responsive to emerging green and development finance requirements? What innovations and reforms could accelerate multilateral finance to emerging economies in the manner and volume they require? What role is India playing in arriving at a consensus on a way forward for multilateral development banks?

In Conversation:

N.K. Singh, Co-Convenor, Expert Group on Multilateral Development Bank Reforms, India
Jayant Sinha, Member of Parliament, Government of India