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Les normes du financement du développement

Montants mobilisés auprès du secteur privé

 

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The need to mobilise private resources is at the heart of discussions around how to finance the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), including to combat climate change. The OECD has been working on this issue under a mandate from the December 2014 DAC High Level Meeting to establish an international standard for measuring the volume of private finance mobilised by development finance interventions.

This work is carried out in consultation with multilateral and bilateral development finance institutions, as well as in joint collaboration with the OECD-led Research Collaborative on Tracking Finance for Climate Action. It also contributes to the ongoing development of a broader measurement framework of total official support for sustainable development (TOSSD) and the DAC work on blended finance.

 

Reporting on amounts mobilised from the private sector is part of the regular OECD DAC and TOSSD data collections.

 

Data are collected following instrument-specific methodologies, covering all leveraging mechanisms used by Development Finance Institutions (DFIs) and Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs): guarantees, syndicated loans, project finance schemes, shares in collective investment vehicles, direct investment in companies, credit lines and simple co-financing. Work is on-going to capture the mobilisation effect of some technical assistance activities.

Data on mobilised private finance

The OECD statistics on the amounts mobilised from the private sector by official development finance interventions are now available online on OECD.Stat. Addressing the confidentiality constraints addressed by some providers, the tool presents the following aggregates:

  • by recipient and group of providers,
  • by provider and main sector, and
  • by provider and region.

Each of these presentations can be further broken down by leveraging mechanism and amount type (total mobilised vs. total mobilised for climate). More details on the key elements and functionalities of the tool can be found here.

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  • Total amount of mobilised private finance has been growing and it reached USD 51 billion in 2020.
  • The two leveraging mechanisms that mobilised the largest volumes of private finance were direct investment (in companies and project finance special purpose vehicles) and guarantees, which together accounted for more than half of mobilisation in each year.

 

 

  • Africa and Asia were the main beneficiary regions of the mobilisation effect of official development finance interventions in 2012-2020, accounting for 30% and 27% of the total respectively.
  • During the nine-year period, most private finance was allocated to middle income countries, such as Türkiye, India, Ukraine and People’s Republic of China.

 

Insights from latest data

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  • In 2018-20, close to USD 50 billion per year on average were mobilised from the private sector by official development finance interventions for development.
  • Direct investment in companies (DICs) or special purpose vehicles (SPVs) mobilised over a third of private finance (38%), followed by guarantees (26%), credit lines (12%), syndicated loans (11%), shares in collective investment vehicles (CIVs; 8%) and simple co-financing (5%).
  • Most private finance continues to support projects in the banking and business services, industry, mining and construction as well as energy sectors, together accounting for 77% of the three-year total.
  • 82% of private finance was mobilised for projects in middle-income countries in 2018-20.

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