G20 Independent Expert Group (IEG)

 

As part of its G20 Presidency, India has established an Independent Expert Group (IEG) to provide recommendations for strengthening Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs). The Group is co-convened by Prof. Larry Summers (US) and Mr. NK Singh (India). The Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER, Delhi), along with the Centre for Global Development (CGD, Washington DC), has been appointed as the Secretariat for this Group.


 

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Events

Consultation with
Non-State Organisations (NSOs) on
Reforming Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs)

As an advisor to G20 IEG on Strengthening MDBs, ICRIER hosted a consultation with CSOs. IEG Co-convenor NK Singh, Chief Economic Advisor of the Government of India, Anantha Nageswaran, World Bank Country Director for India Auguste Tano, and Deepak Mishra, Director & CEO of ICRIER, among others, participated in the consultation.

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Media

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16
Jan

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Why Reforms Crucial For Multilateral Development...

NDTV speaks to NK Singh, co-chair, G20 Independent Expert Group on Multilateral Development Banks' Reforms...

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15
Jan

Davos Brainstorm 2024 With Rahul Kanwal: N K Singh, ...

A conversation on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos with one of the most brilliant economic and....

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13
Oct

G20 panel moots trebling lending limits of multilateral...

A high-level expert group set up by the G20 under India's presidency has proposed a 30-point roadmap to reform multilateral...

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Independent Expert Group (IEG)