Infrastructure financing not harmed by post-crisis reforms – FSB

The Bank for International Settlements, Basel
Photo: Ulrich Roth

The Financial Stability Board has unveiled its first investigation of potential negative effects of post-crisis reforms, concluding that infrastructure finance (IF) has avoided significant negative consequences.

“The analysis thus far does not identify material negative effects on the provision and cost of infrastructure finance,” the FSB says in a statement.

The conclusion remains subject to further analysis, the FSB concedes, including consultation responses on its initial evaluation

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