This session broadcasted on Oct, 26 2020, 4:00 AM (GMT-4)
The current pandemic has put the whole world on halt but the impact was different on countries depending on their ability to control the spread of the disease and their digital infrastructure. As governments rushed to provide stimulus packages to save the economic sectors, global organisations and multilateral development financial institutions stepped in to support their members and assist institutions in surviving and recovering from this crisis.
Join us in this session to find out how the Islamic Corporation for the Development of the Private Sector (ICD), part of the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) Group, has been supporting their members during the COVID-19's turbulent period, how they are integrating ESG and SDGs in their financial strategies and how they are connecting OIC markets to develop them further.
- How does ICD support its country members? and what type projects ICD funds?
- How is ICD incorporating ESG risks and SDGs in its projects' financing? What metrics do you use to measure the environmental and social impacts?
- How did ICD support the private sector in OIC developing and poor countries during this challenging period?
- What are ICD's post-pandemic strategies to help the private sector in OIC countries recover?
Ayman Amin Sejiny
Chief Executive Officer
Islamic Corporation for the Development of the Private Sector (ICD)
16:00 Kuala Lumpur