Private Finance

The private financial sector is a crucial component of achieving our global climate and sustainability goals, from the power of directing its own assets and investments, to its leverage in evaluating “counterparties,” in other words the clients and assets in its portfolios.

CPI collaborates directly with the private financial sector—asset managers, asset owners, banks, corporates, and insurers—to establish frameworks, increase transparency, and develop new financial models and instruments that accelerate the transition of global finance flows towards net zero emissions and climate-resilient development. The effectiveness of our private financial sector work is enhanced by CPI’s ability to bring key actors outside the private sector to the table, ensuring coordinated, mutually-agreeable approaches that accelerate adoption and implementation.

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The Corporate Climate Finance Playbook

In partnership with Salesforce, CPI developed this corporate climate finance playbook to help corporate decision makers accelerate climate finance strategies.


Cost of Capital for Renewable Energy Investments in Developing Economies

A credit guarantee facility could help address cost-of-capital issues for renewable energy, allowing countries with high solar potential to significantly increase their installed capacity.


Supporting Access to Climate Finance for Small and Intermediary Cities: A Guide for Project Preparation Facilities

This guide focuses on the role of Project Preparation Facilities (PPFs) in helping municipal governments and other public sector entities in small and intermediary cities unlock greater access to finance for climate infrastructure projects.


Financial Aggregation Blueprints for Urban Climate Infrastructure

This report helps mainstream municipal financial aggregation by expanding the evidence base for successful case studies. It aims to provide cities and CCFLA members with detailed “how-to” guidance that can be used as a reference when developing their financial aggregation instruments.


Improving Local Enabling Conditions for Private Sector Climate Investments in Cities

Barriers to private urban climate investments can be found at the macro, city, and project levels. This Report explores the barriers, good practice lessons, and recommendations to improve local enabling conditions to attract private sector capital to support climate investments in cities of emerging economies.


Climate Finance in Indonesia: A landmark 2022 lays solid foundation for action in 2023

As Indonesia took up the mantle of G20 presidency, 2022 was a particularly momentous year filled with opportunities to examine the country’s climate finance landscape, improve the underpinning regulatory framework, and foster greater global cooperation on ensuring just energy transitions. Here is a reflection of progresses we have achieved in both sustainable finance and energy transition areas last year and a preview of what is underway for 2023.

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Amanda Brasil - Leigh

Senior Program Associate

Barbara Buchner

Global Managing Director

Bella Tonkonogy


Ben Broché

Associate Director

Benjamin Thomas


Carla Orrego


Chavi Meattle


Chris Grant

Senior Manager, Research

Costanza Strinati

Senior Analyst

Debal Mitra

Senior Manager

Dharshan Wignarajah


Elena Bagnera


Jake Connolly


Kalpesh Gada


Kushagra Gautam


Labanya Prakash Jena

Senior Manager

Luthfyana Kartika Larasati


Matthew Solomon

Senior Analyst

Nicole Pinko

Senior Analyst

Priscilla Negreiros

Senior Manager

Vikram Widge

Senior Advisor

Wen E Chin

Manager, AgriFood Investment Connector (CLIC)

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