The club

In the future there will be a growing demand for long-term investment both in the advanced and in the emerging countries. In mature countries, there is a pressing need to finance infrastructure, innovation, environmental programs, as well as to prepare for the consequences of an ageing population. In developing countries, the income per capita catching up process is requiring vast investment in infrastructure (transportation, TLC, energy, urbanization).  An intense and positive competition for long term finance, therefore, will characterize the world in the coming years. There is a general need to enlarge the worldwide share of financing for long-term capital investment  at the expense of the short termism and speculation. 

In 2009 Caisse des Dépots, Cassa Depositi e Prestiti, the European Investment Bank and Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau created the Long-Term Investors Club (LTIC) with the aim of bringing together major worldwide institutions to emphasis common identity as long-term investors, to encourage cooperation and to foster the right conditions for long-term investments in promoting growth. Today the D20 Long-Term Investors Club gathers 18 major financial institutions and institutional investors from all over the world mainly from G20 countries, representing a combined balance sheet total of USD 5.4 trillion.

The D20 LTIC has done much progress since its foundation to foster long-term investment not only in the EU but globally.  Cooperation among members has developed sensibly and policy makers, at the European and G20 level, are increasingly aware of the role LTIs can play. We believe that a long-term vision of finance and economy represents a real change of paradigm to get a strong, sustainable and balanced growth in global economy

 

Mission and Vision Statement:

“Comprising the leading financial institutions with a public mandate from the world's largest economies, the Long-Term Investors Club (“D20-LTIC”) aims to promote the role of long-term finance in driving economic development and sustainable growth around the world.
 

The D20-LTIC looks to partner with the G20 and other relevant multilateral formats through the provision of deep expert insight, thought leadership and best practice. Through D20-LTIC, members actively network and share valuable knowledge and insights around their specific topics of interest.”

 
 
President Dr Werner Hoyer intervention during the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors (FMCBG) meeting on 13 October 2021
 
 
The 2021 annual Steering Committee meeting and D20 conference took place in Rome on 23+24 September, kindly hosted by our member Cassa Depositi e Prestiti (CDP)  in line with the Italian G20 presidency in 2021.
 
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High-Level International Conference: FINANCING INFRASTRUCTURE FOR THE RECOVERY

The role of public-private cooperation to ensure a long-term sustainable growth

The D20-LTIC High-Level International Conference, promoted by the D20 Long-Term Investors Club, Cassa Depositi e Prestiti and the Italian G20 Presidency, in collaboration with B20 and T20 took place in Rome on 24 September 2021

On the occasion of the Italian G20 Presidency, the 21 members of the D20 Long-Term Investors Club provided recommendations for the G20 agenda on sustainable finance and public-private partnerships for long-term investment in infrastructure, key to the post-pandemic economic recovery.

 

 

Who are we ?

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Caisse des Dépots et Consignations The China Development Bank
Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec Cassa depositi e prestiti
Caisse de Dépôt et de Gestion Development Bank of Japan (DBJ)
European Investment Bank Instituto de Crédito Oficial (ICO)
Japan Bank for International Cooperation Kreditanstalt fur Wiederaufbau
LTIIA Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System
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Polish Development Fund - Polski Fundusz Rozwoju Global Infrastructure Basel Foundation
Saudi Industrial Development Fund  

Member access

LTIC Members may register for extranet access by sending a request to : LTIC-Secretary-General@eib.org