World Bank President Ajay Banga will explore the structures and incentives needed in the multilateral finance ecosystem to catalyze diversified private sector engagement to boost the financing of global development. This session will frame the Law, Justice and Development Week 2023 discussions by setting a vision, identifying pain points, and charting a path for lawyers and development practitioners to partner for impact and facilitate the enabling environment. The Law, Justice and Development Week – LJD Week – is an annual conference organized by the Legal Vice Presidency of the World Bank. This year’s theme is “Partnering for Impact: Mobilizing the Private Sector for Sustainable Development.” We explore the vital role of development finance institutions, private sector investments, and public spending in addressing global challenges. Learn more:

00:00 Welcome and opening remarks
08:22 Conversation between Ajay Banga and Sheila Braka Musiime
40:34 Fireside chat

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