The Taskforce’s deliverables and recommendations are aimed at both public and private-sector stakeholders. Primarily, our findings speak to those decision makers and regulators in G7 member States and 2021 G7 guest countries who are best positioned to take action: namely, Heads of State and Government, Foreign and Development Ministers, Finance Ministers, Central Bank Governors and Development Finance Institutions.
Additionally, and given the industry-led nature of the ITF and the technical areas it covers, the report’s findings and recommendations are also aimed at a wider set of stakeholders that include capital-market regulators, asset managers, asset owners, businesses, National Advisory Boards on impact investing and Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) and impact investors, among others.
Time to deliver: Mobilising private capital at scale for people and planet.
Financing a better world requires impact transparency, integrity and harmonisation.
Greater transparency on impact, harmonised disclosure standards and better data for decision-making are the foundational elements needed to catalyse private capital at scale for people and planet.
Mobilising institutional capital towards the SDGs and a Just Transition
Moving capital at scale requires strengthening the participation of local actors, particularly across emerging markets, and recognising the inextricable link between climate and social impact strategies.