Reviving Growth and Building Resilience in the Global Economy

Washington D.C., USA

April 9-11, 2014



Within the framework of G20 2014 priorities, a first roundtable discussion was held on Wednesday, April 9 to advance a set of issues by proposing an extensive approach on the role of Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs) in reviving growth and investment financing, particularly in infrastructure. This session tried to address the comparative advantages of MDBs in providing long-term finance and their instruments to mobilize financing for investment and enhancing sustainable growth. 



  • Athanasios ORPHANIDES: Professor of the Practice of Global Economics and Management, MIT Sloan School of Management
  • Beat SIEGENTHALER: Foreign Exchange Strategist, UBS Investment Bank
  • David DAOKUI LI: Professor of Economics, Tsinghua University
  • Erdem BASCI: Governor, Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey
  • Felipe LARRAIN: Former Minister of Finance, Chile, Professor, Institute of Economics, Catholic University of Chile
  • II Houng LEE: G20 Sherpa, Republic of Korea
  • Jae KU: Director, US-Korea Institute at SAIS
  • Julio VELARDE: Governor, Central Bank of Peru
  • Klaas Henderikus Willem KNOT: Governor, De Nederlandsche Bank
  • Luiz PEREIRA DA SILVA: Deputy Governor of International Affairs and Corporate Risk Manager, Central Bank of Brazil
  • Marc UZAN: Executive Director, Reinventing Bretton Woods Committee
  • Martin PARKINSON: Treasury Secretary, Australian G20
  • Massimiliano CASTELLI: Managing Director, UBS Global Asset Management
  • Sung-Soo EUN: Deputy Minister for International Economic Affairs, Ministry of Strategy and Finance, Republic of Korea

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