#14 Enhancing secondary market liquidity to increase infrastructure funding

Secondary markets are a vital part of bridging the infrastructure funding gap in emerging and frontier markets. Bond instruments often lock investors in for many years, but secondary markets add a layer of flexibility. By making it easier for market participants to buy and sell loans or bonds, we can ensure that money flows better to where it’s most needed.

In this episode we find out how secondary opportunities within capital markets deepen the pool of market participants, and how they have been implemented in a variety of projects. We learn about securitisations, an additional market mechanism used to enhance secondary market liquidity. And we find out why you can’t say you’ve fully developed a capital market until you’ve generated secondary liquidity.

Your hosts are Marjolein van Kampen and Hector Santos, and on the podcast are:

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