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Development Co-operation DirectorateJune 2019
Amounts mobilised from the private
sector by development finance
interventio...
15.3
19.4
22.7
27.7
33.9
38.2
2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Guarantees Syndicated loans Shares in CIVs Direct investment i...
AFRICA
7.4
19%
EUROPE
(incl. Turkey)
6.7
18%
AMERICA
9.4
25%
ASIA
and
OCEANIA
7.1
19%Unallocated
and unspecified*
7.6
20%
...
60%
* The International Finance Corporation (IFC) did not share information on the sectoral and geographical distributions...
Guarantees Syndicated loans Shares in CIVs Direct investment in companies and SPVs Credit lines Simple co-financing
Amount...
AFRICA
2,786
(19%)
EUROPE
2,486
(17%) ASIA
3,216
(22%)AMERICA
5,285
(36%)
Unallocated
and not provided
1,114
(7%)
6
Focus ...
90
66
110
120
164
203
263
518
583
18
143
173
524
635
670
689
1,002
2,531
Other
Norway
Denmark
United Kingdom
Netherlands
U...
For more information:
cecile.SANGARE@oecd.org
tomas.HOS@oecd.org
Development Co-operation Directorate
oe.cd/privfin
www.oe...
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  1. 1. Development Co-operation DirectorateJune 2019 Amounts mobilised from the private sector by development finance interventions Highlights from 2017
  2. 2. 15.3 19.4 22.7 27.7 33.9 38.2 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Guarantees Syndicated loans Shares in CIVs Direct investment in companies and SPVs Credit lines Simple co-financing Development Co-operation Directorate PRIVATE FINANCE FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT WEEK 2 USD 157.2 billion mobilised from the private sector in 2012-17 Amounts mobilised by year and instrument, 2012-17 USD billion According to preliminary OECD data, USD 157.2 billion was mobilised from the private sector by development finance interventions during 2012-17. Guarantees were the instrument that mobilised the most (40% of the total), followed by syndicated loans (17%), direct investment in companies and project finance special purpose vehicles (SPVs) – (16%), and credit lines (16%). N.B.: Reporting on amounts mobilised from the private sector is part of the regular OECD DAC data collections since 2017, but some information is also collected through ad-hoc surveys (to pilot new methodologies and/or fill data gaps), in line with basic definitions of the Reporting Directives. The increases in the amounts mobilised through syndicated loans in 2014 and DIC in 2016 are mainly explained by improved data coverage. Data for 2016 and 2017 are of a preliminary nature. AMOUNTS MOBILISED FROM THE PRIVATE SECTOR Highlights from 2017 | Development Co-operation Directorate Source: OECD DAC Statistics USD 157.2 bn USD 63.5 bn 40% USD 26.9 bn 17% USD 25.5 bn 16% USD 25.9 bn 16% USD 12.6 bn 8%USD 2.8 bn 2%
  3. 3. AFRICA 7.4 19% EUROPE (incl. Turkey) 6.7 18% AMERICA 9.4 25% ASIA and OCEANIA 7.1 19%Unallocated and unspecified* 7.6 20% Top 5 (37%) Egypt, South Africa, Cameroon, Nigeria, Côte d'Ivoire Top 5 (89%) Argentina (47%), Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, Uruguay Top 5 (98%) Turkey (56%), Ukraine (31%), Montenegro, Serbia, Belarus Top 5 (50%) India, Iraq, People's Republic of China, Azerbaijan, Jordan 1.7 (6%) 0.001 7.6 (28%) 17.4 (64%) 0.3 (1%) LDCs Other LICs LMICs UMICs MADCTs Guarantees Syndicated loans Shares in CIVs Direct investment in companies and SPVs Credit lines Simple co-financing 3 In 2017, Latin America was the main beneficiary region Amounts mobilised by income group (country-allocable), 2017 USD billion Source: OECD DAC Statistics * 75% of which is due to IFC data provided at an aggregate level (with no sectoral and geographic distributions) due to confidentiality constraints. Only 6.4% of the amounts mobilised supported projects in LDCs and other LICs. Amounts mobilised by region, 2017 USD billion USD 38.2 bn in 2017 AMOUNTS MOBILISED FROM THE PRIVATE SECTOR Highlights from 2017 | Development Co-operation Directorate
  4. 4. 60% * The International Finance Corporation (IFC) did not share information on the sectoral and geographical distributions of its private mobilisation due to confidentiality constraints. Development Co-operation Directorate 4 Guarantees Syndicated loans Shares in CIVs Direct investment in companies and SPVs Credit lines Simple co-financing 60% of the amounts mobilised targeted energy and financial sectors in 2017 Moreover, 64% of the amounts mobilised targeted the economic infrastructure and services, particularly energy and banking & financial services. Amounts mobilised by sector, 2017 USD billion Source: OECD DAC Statistics 7% 64% 10% 4% 15% Social infrastructure and services Economic infrastructure and services Production sectors Other Unspecified and not provided AMOUNTS MOBILISED FROM THE PRIVATE SECTOR Highlights from 2017 | Development Co-operation Directorate 5.7 1.9 0.3 0.4 0.6 0.9 1.2 1.8 2.7 11.2 11.6 Information not provided* OTHER GEN. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION WATER SUPPLY & SANITATION COMMUNICATIONS TRANSPORT & STORAGE AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY & FISHING HEALTH INDUSTRY, MINING & CONSTRUCTION BANKING & FINANCIAL SERVICES ENERGY
  5. 5. Guarantees Syndicated loans Shares in CIVs Direct investment in companies and SPVs Credit lines Simple co-financing Amounts mobilised by provider, 2017 USD million * IFC does not consider guarantees as part of its core mobilisation but rather as financing from its own account. However, for comprehensiveness and comparability purposes, it was agreed with the IFC that the information would be presented in the OECD analysis alongside other institutions’ guarantee portfolios. Bilateral providers Multilateral providers Funds & facilities 5 MDBs remain major actors, bilateral providers played an important role too In 2017, 72% of the private finance was mobilised by multilateral organisations and 28% by bilateral providers. Source: OECD DAC Statistics AMOUNTS MOBILISED FROM THE PRIVATE SECTOR Highlights from 2017 | Development Co-operation Directorate 18 80 77 329 874 1,431 1,923 2,308 2,655 2,861 4,004 5,132 5,715 63 59 118 123 150 265 276 544 562 758 851 1,985 5,080 GEEREF CGIF Other multilateral CoEB PIDG AfDB IADB Group AsDB EBRD IBRD/IDA MIGA EIB IFC* Other bilateral Austria Norway Switzerland Sweden Canada Finland Denmark Netherlands Germany United Kingdom France United States Multilateralorganisationsandmulti-donorfunds/facilities USD27.4bn(72%) Bilateralorganisations USD10.8bn(28%)
  6. 6. AFRICA 2,786 (19%) EUROPE 2,486 (17%) ASIA 3,216 (22%)AMERICA 5,285 (36%) Unallocated and not provided 1,114 (7%) 6 Focus on guarantees USD 14.9 billion mobilised in 2017 Amounts mobilised from the private sector by guarantees, 2017 USD million By sector Top bilateral providers Source: OECD DAC Statistics Top multilateral providers (incl. funds and facilities) Top 10 recipients By income group By region 2 80 424 461 466 557 977 2,861 4,004 40 50 200 324 4,441 EBRD CGIF AfDB PIDG EIB IFC* AsDB IBRD/IDA MIGA Other Sweden United Kingdom France United States 3,921 1,1921,000 907 727 601 525 372 310 299 748 2,842 8,728 20 LDCs LMICs UMICs MADCTs ** IFC did not share information on the sectoral and geographical distributions of its private mobilisation due to confidentiality constraints. • The International Finance Corporation (IFC) does not consider guarantees as part of its core mobilisation but rather as financing from its own account. However, for comprehensiveness and comparability purposes, it was agreed with the IFC that the information would be presented in the OECD analysis alongside other institutions’ guarantee portfolios. 557 1,432 152 281 438 646 959 4,536 5,886 Information not shared OTHER AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY & FISHING WATER SUPPLY AND SANITATION TRANSPORT & STORAGE INDUSTRY, MINING & CONSTRUCTION HEALTH ENERGY BANKING & FINANCIAL SERVICES ** AMOUNTS MOBILISED FROM THE PRIVATE SECTOR Highlights from 2017 | Development Co-operation Directorate
  7. 7. 90 66 110 120 164 203 263 518 583 18 143 173 524 635 670 689 1,002 2,531 Other Norway Denmark United Kingdom Netherlands United States Canada France Germany Other MIGA PIDG AfDB EIB EBRD AsDB IADB Group IBRD/IDA Amounts mobilised from the private sector for REEE, 2017 USD million Guarantees Syndicated loans Shares in CIVs Direct investment in companies and SPVs Credit lines Simple co-financing Development Co-operation Directorate 7 Focus on renewable energy and energy efficiency USD 8.5 billion in 2017 By purpose In 2017, USD 8.5 billion was mobilised from the private sector for renewable energy and energy efficiency (REEE), representing 27% of the total allocable by sector. By provider Top 15 recipient countries By instrument UMICs; 69% Source: OECD DAC Statistics Multilateral providers Bilateral providers By income group UMIC; 66%LMIC; 27% LDCs; 4% MADCTs;2% AMOUNTS MOBILISED FROM THE PRIVATE SECTOR Highlights from 2017 | Development Co-operation Directorate 1,223 (14%) 3,017 (35%) 188 (2%) 3,192 (38%)800 (9%) 84 (1%) 116.6 1608.0 3.4 1063.6 1362.3 1835.1 2515.1 Energy conservation and efficiency Multiple technologies Geothermal energy Biofuel-fired power plants Wind energy Hydro-electric power plants Solar energy 2,621 700 571 543 436 404 251 194 187 185 179 148 130 102 101
  8. 8. For more information: cecile.SANGARE@oecd.org tomas.HOS@oecd.org Development Co-operation Directorate oe.cd/privfin www.oecd.org/dac/financing-sustainable-development/development- finance-standards/mobilisation.htm

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