This report proposes a set of 5 recommendations that Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs) can adopt to implement their capital adequacy reforms in a way that enhances the prominence of National Development Banks (NDBs) in transforming food systems finance for a more resilient future.
This report talks about the global development finance landscape through the lens of developing countries’ Integrated National Financing Frameworks (INFF) and offers solutions to improve coherence and alignment of the development finance instruments and players required to optimize and increase the flow of development capital.
This report by Momentus provides a detailed strategy for Nigeria to unlock financing to meet its national development goals by 2030.
Momentus worked with Acre Impact Capital to develop a White Paper on Sustainability in Export Finance. The paper captures the current state of sustainability in export finance and provides policy and product recommendations to grow the volume of Sustainable Export Finance.
In this practical guidebook for National Development Banks, Momentus provides concrete actionable steps for integrating climate risks and opportunities into their governance, strategy, risk management and metrics/targets in line with the Financial Stability Board’s Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosure (TCFD) recommendations.
Momentus developed this knowledge product for the Cities Climate Finance Leadership Alliance to identify the barriers and enablers cities and National Development Banks face at the policy, legal, financial, and institutional levels. It provides an overview of the challenges and opportunities municipalities face in financing climate-smart urban infrastructure.
Momentus completed this independent evaluation of the Commonwealth Climate Finance Access Hub. It includes a comprehensive assessment, case studies, primary best practices, and key lessons learned.
This handbook provides readers with a comprehensive resource for studying international trade policy, governance, and financing. It includes a chapter, How Banking Regulators and Trade Ministers are Singing from Different Songbooks 221, co-written by Momentus’ CEO Diana Smallridge.
This study by Momentus takes stock of the official finance scene, analyzing selected Development Finance Institutions (DFIs), Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs) and Export Credit Agencies (ECAs). We worked with our research partner, the Institute for Trade and Innovation (IfTI) at Offenburg University, to complete the work.
In this paper, published in the prestigious journal Global Policy, Momentus explores the role of National Development Banks (NDBs) in bridging the trade financing gap that resulted from various measures taken after the 2007 Global Financial Crisis.