Institutional cooperation

Institutional cooperation

The Network cooperates with various international organisations, policy banks and professional associations.

This cooperation is conducted through information exchange and capacity building during the workshops organised by the Network.

The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) is a permanent observer in all statutory meetings and a key partner in the Network’s activities.

Recent speakers

Roundtable – The Global System of Trade Preferences (GSTP) (6 July 2023)

Roundtable – Global and Regional Economic Situation and Prospects (6 July 2023)

Workshop – North-South and triangular partnerships with Southern DFIs: Addressing funding gaps in developing economies in support of the SDGs (6 July 2023)

Webinar – Addressing logistics infrastructure barriers in support of the AfCFTA: the role of African DFIs (30 March 2023) – Link to the Webinar

Webinar – What’s next for MSMEs in the post-COVID-19 era? Strategies adopted by DFIs for picking up the pieces for sustainable growth (4 July 2022) – Link to the Dialogue

2022 ECOSOC Forum on Financing for Development, G-NEXID/UNCTAD Side Event: Innovative financing in support of the SDGs and trade as engine for inclusive sustainable growth: The role of development banks (26 April 2023) – Link to the Side Event

8th UNCTAD Trade Policy Dialogue (co-organised with G-NEXID) – Trade Finance under COVID-19: Experience of Development Banks, Export-Import Banks and Export Credit Insurers in Developing Countries (18 January 2023)- Link to the Dialogue

Webinar – Digital solutions to fraud in trade finance (12 January 2022) – Link to this webinar

Webinar – Frauds in trade finance: recent cases and toolbox for preventing intentionally
deceptive actions (7 December 2021)

Webinar – LIBOR transition: the roadmap, milestones and experience sharing (24 November 2021)

Webinar – Improving access to trade finance for SMEs through transactional connectivity (28 April 2021)

Webinar – Fintech solutions for DFIs in the post-COVID-19 era (26 September 2020)