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Investment Facilitation: A new tool for economic development
In 2013 we collaborated with the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) to suggest a new approach to attracting private investment into overlooked and underserved economies.
Connecting Investment and Economic Development Best Practice
COVID-19 is causing countries in Africa and other parts of the developing world to face multiple overlapping crises: the pandemic itself, a wider health crisis, a food security crisis and an economic crisis that is further exacerbated by low commodity prices and a decline in global travel and trade as well as financial flows.
Investment Facilitation Revisited
Investment Facilitation in Transitional and Fragile States
This paper outlines a new tool for policymakers to deploy to encourage private-sector development in developing nations. Specifically it argues that in fragile states there are systemic failures that cause an intermediation gap between sources of capital and entrepreneurs seeking investment. This gap prevents investment by raising transaction costs and exacerbating information asymmetry.
CARICOM Development Fund anchors Caribbean climate resilience fund
CARICOM Resilience Fund launched for climate resilience and economic sustainability across the Caribbean
CARICOM Development Fund and the United States partner to launch US$100 million fund for regional development
Innovation Insight: Machine Learning to Predict Mini-Grid Consumption
Tariff Reduction Innovation Insight – Crossboundary Innovation Lab
Reducing tariffs unlocks a significant, pent-up demand for electricity from rural mini-grid customers
Low Energy Consumption = Unprofitable Mini-Grids. Is Appliance Financing the Answer?
FG Gold and CrossBoundary Energy sign agreement for landmark hybrid renewable energy project at the Baomahun Gold Mine
CrossBoundary Access eyes solar plan for DRC, Madagascar [paywall]
CrossBoundary Compass: Perspectives on 2024
At the close of 2023, we asked our team to take a forward-looking view of what is on the horizon in 2024 – not only reflective of the current investment landscape but also anticipating the trends shaping our world in the months to come. Here's what is on their minds.
2024 Year Ahead: look for diversified funding sources in Africa
At the close of 2023, we asked our team to take a forward-looking view of what is on the horizon in 2024 – not only reflective of the current investment landscape but also anticipating the trends shaping our world in the months to come. In this piece, Olowo Aminu, Associate Principal in CrossBoundary Advisory's Nigeria practice, gives his thoughts.