Founded in 2014 by investors and for investors, LTIIA works proactively with public and private stakeholders around the world to ensure that sustainable infrastructure is delivered efficiently.
Proactive engagement with policy-makers
Worked with the European Commission on shaping the new Solvency II legislation, with OECD on their infrastructure reports to G20, with the U.S. and Japanese regulators.
Delivery of investor tools
Together with EDHEC Infrastructure Institute developed benchmarking platform for long term infrastructure. Produced ESG Handbook and is now working on ESG Indicators Library for infrastructure investors.
Focus on responsible investment
Our Climate Task Force is working with several governments on the infrastructure investment component of their carbon reduction commitments.
Information exchange, education and training
Our conferences and events, in Europe, North America and Asia Pacific featured the most senior cohort in infrastructure to tackle industry’s issues.
LTIIA is a not-for-profit international association. Visit www.ltiia.org.
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The ILPA is the only global, member-driven organization dedicated exclusively to advancing the interests of private equity Limited Partners through industry-leading education programs, independent research, best practices, networking opportunities and global collaborations. Initially founded as an informal networking group, the ILPA is a voluntary association funded by its members. The ILPA membership has grown to include over 400 member organizations from around the world representing over US $1 trillion of private assets globally.
The goal of the ILPA is to continue to evolve the organization’s research and education platforms and build out best practice tools for use by industry professionals. Under the research platform, the ILPA addresses key issues that impact private equity, including regulatory reform, risk management, and the amount of capital circulating in the industry. The creation of the ILPA Institute fulfils a long-time goal of providing a structured, comprehensive executive education program designed from the perspective of the limited partner. The most recent version of the ILPA Private Equity Principles was published in January 2011 together with standardized reporting templates for Capital Calls and Distribution Notices. In an effort to enhance and improve investor reporting and transparency, the ILPA also constructed the Quarterly Reporting Standards in collaboration with general partners, auditors and industry third-parties. The ILPA strongly believes that the limited partner and general partner communities will mutually benefit from these best practices and by working collaboratively to seek business solutions that support investment value creation.
The Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum is an independent think tank for central banking, economic policy and public investment – a non-lobbying network for best practice in worldwide public-private sector exchanges.
At its heart are Global Public Investors – central banks, sovereign funds and public pension funds – with investable assets of $30tn, equivalent to 40% of world GDP. With offices in both London and more recently Singapore, OMFIF focuses on global policy and investment themes – particularly in asset management, capital markets and financial supervision/regulation – relating to central banks, sovereign funds, pension funds, regulators and treasuries.
The PRI works with its international network of signatories to put the six Principles for Responsible Investment into practice. Its goals are to understand the investment implications of environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues and to support signatories in integrating these issues into investment and ownership decisions. The PRI acts in the long-term interests of its signatories, of the financial markets and economies in which they operate and ultimately of the environment and society as a whole.
The six Principles for Responsible Investment are a voluntary and aspirational set of investment principles that offer a menu of possible actions for incorporating ESG issues into investment practice. The Principles were developed by investors, for investors. In implementing them, signatories contribute to developing a more sustainable global financial system
The World Pensions Council (WPC) is a Paris-based international association of retirement, social security and pension reserve funds. Our think-tank is dedicated to innovative research and analysis that helps strengthen and disseminate academic and professional research on a wide array of pension related topics such as demographics, actuarial science and statistical methods, asset allocation, long-term investment, environmental sustainability and inclusive growth across Europe, Asia and the Americas.
We believe that this holistic, multifaceted approach will facilitate national and cross-border cooperation between all pension stakeholders by helping both policy makers and pension executives & board members (trustees) to produce actionable knowledge informing new policies that can “open up the way to higher standards of social welfare and economic security.”