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Modernizing the Operational Policy on Guarantees: Public Consultations

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Modernizing the Bank's operational policy on Guarantees

The new World Bank's Operational Policy Framework on Guarantees went into effect July 1, 2014. Guarantees are now available as a form of financing – alongside grants, credits, and loans – in Development Policy (DPL) and Investment Project Financing (IPF) operations.

Enhancing the World Bank’s Operational Policy Framework on Guarantees

A set of policy changes to enhance and modernize the World Bank’s operational policy framework on guarantees was approved by the World Bank's Board of Executive Directors in early December 2012. The reform aims to facilitate the use of guarantees to help the Bank leverage financial resources by mobilizing private sector financing for IBRD and IDA member clients.

The policy changes build upon the Approach Paper on Modernizing the World Bank's Operation Policy on Guarantees discussion with CODE on October 26, 2011, and also incorporates feedback received during face-to-face and web-based consultations held since March 2012 with relevant parties on three continents, including with lenders and investors, governments and donor agencies, bilateral and multilateral development partners, and non-governmental organizations.

The new World Bank's Operational Policy Framework on Guarantees goes into effect July 1, 2014. Guarantees will then be available as a form of financing – alongside grants, credits, and loans – in Development Policy (DPL) and Investment Project Financing (IPF) operations.

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Consultation Phase:
Closed
CONSULTATION PHASE:
March 05, 2012 to June 29, 2012
  • CONSULTATIONS SCHEDULE AND DETAILS
    March 05, 2012 to May 31, 2012
CONSULTATIONS SCHEDULE AND DETAILS

Thank you for participating in the Guarantees consultations. Your contributions are valuable to us. Below you will find summaries of the consultations sessions and related documents.

 

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MEETINGS

City Country Date Meeting Details

Washington DC United States April 18, 2012 Government officials, CSOs, think-tanks, and others.
Documents
Feedback and Participants ListPDF 389.57 KB
London United Kingdom March 22, 2012 to March 23, 2012 Government officials, CSOs, think-tanks, and others.
Documents
Feedback and Participants ListPDF 499.23 KB
Paris France March 21, 2012 Government officials, CSOs, think-tanks, and others.
Documents
Feedback and Participants List PDF 467.45 KB
Johannesburg South Africa March 19, 2012 to March 20, 2012 Government officials, CSOs, think-tanks, and others.
Documents
Feedback and Participants List PDF 468.18 KB
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