Recent meetings


Meetings organized by G-NEXID are as follows:

Statutory meetings

  • General Assembly
  • Steering Committee

These meetings are generally followed by intra-G-NEXID dialogues, workshops, and participation in international conferences. They can also take place as part of the Exchange Programmes.

14th Annual General Assembly 2019, 25-27 June 2019

In 2020 and 2021, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, these statutory meetings took place in virtual format.

15th Annual General Assembly, 23-24 September 2020

16th Annual General Assembly, 10-11 November 2021

Dialogues, workshops, and seminars

Dialogues and workshops focus on thematic topics and constitute opportunities for information exchange, sharing of best practice and capacity building.

Workshop on “Trade regulations: implications for the financing of trade”, 9 December 2016

G-NEXID/UNCTAD side event on “Financing sustainable transport infrastructure and services as key enabler for South-South trade: the role of DFIs”, 11 July 2017

Workshop on “Addressing the trade finance gap through collaborative action”, 4 July 2018

Since 20220, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, dialogues, workshops and seminars take place in virtual format.

Dialogues on “The COVID-19 Crisis and its Aftermath”, 23 April 23 June, 23 September 2020

Webinar on “Webinar on ‘Fintech solutions for DFIs in the post-COVID-19 era”, 24 September 2020

Webinar on “Impact investment in the COVID-19 era and its aftermath; key issues for DFIs”,24 November 2020

Webinar on “The AfCFTA and South-South Trade”, 9 December 2020

Webinar on “Improving access to trade finance for SMEs through transactional connectivity”, 28 April 2021

Webinar on “Green Sukuk and resource mobilisation for sustainable infrastructure in Sub-Saharan Africa”, 13 September 2021

Webinar on “LIBOR transition: the roadmap, milestones and experience sharing”, 24 November 2021

Webinar on “Frauds in trade finance: recent cases and toolbox for preventing intentionally deceptive actions”, 7 December 2021

Webinar on “Digital solutions to fraud in trade finance”, 12 January 2022

Exchange Programmes

Exchange Programmes offer the opportunity for a member to present its institutional framework and products, and constitute a platform for dialogue with key governmental agencies and private sector representatives.

1st Exchange Programme, India Exim Bank, 2016

2nd Exchange Programme, BNDES, 2017

3rd Exchange Programme, Indonesia Eximbank, 2018

4th Exchange Programme, Afreximbank, 2019