Acknowledgements

The Task Force has drawn on research and extensive engagement with the financial community, policy-makers and regulators and experts and civil society groups.

Task Force members have been supported by their Sherpas, including Matthew Blake, Cyriaque Edon, Alix Jagueneau, Gerald Lam, Mikkel Larsen, Laurence Latimer, Lanna Lome-Ieremia, Helene Molinier, Matu Mugo, Mack Ramachandran, Shari Spiegel, Mahesh Uttamchandani, Barry Wentworth, Meng Yan and Simon Zadek.

Thanks to the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), led by the Co-Chair, Achim Steiner, the Sherpa to the Co-Chairs, Simon Zadek, and Michele Candotti, Christina Carlson, Annette Edra, Mamaye Gebretsadik, Joe Hooper, Sharon Kinsley, Marcus Neto, Michiko Okumura, and Robert Opp. Also thanks to the United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF), led by Judith Karl and Henri Dommel and including Amil Aneja, Deena Austin, Tillman Bruett, Ralph Chow, Anne Folan, Imelda Panguito and interns Chen Bi, Yi Chen, Yuxin Huang.

Special thanks also to the Task Force partners, including Marianne Haahr of Green Digital Finance Alliance; David Craig, Sherry Madera, and Julia Walker of Refinitiv; and Louise C. James, Palak Kapoor, Sebastian Rodriguez of Accenture Development Partnerships.

Thanks to the following individuals who participated in offsites, working groups and contributed to reviews of the various iterations of the final report: Azeema Adam, Timothy Adams, Fiona Bayat-Renoux, Greta Bull, Doreen Bogdan-Martin, Brad Carr, Anir Chowdhury, Benoît Cœuré, Matthew Davie, Eric Duflos, Frank Elderson, Belinda Exelby, Ann Florini, Conan French, Katherine Foster, Jon Frost, Matthew Gamser, Sonja Gibbs, Amandeep Gill, Alfred Hannig, Chia Hock Lai, Marc Hollanders, Fabrizio Hochschild, Samira Khan, Lise Kingo, Alexia Latortue, Peter Lovelock, Henry Ma, Jeremy McDaniels, Ma Jun, Alfonso Garcia Mora, Sophie Pilgrim, Dragan Radic, David Symington, Jael Tan, Julia Walker, Daniele Violetti, Andrew Wilson, Louise Wilson and Xiaochen Zhang.

Thanks also to Douglas Arner, Sofie Blakstad, Liesbeth Casier, Ralph Chami, Peter Chowla, Pedro Conceição, Fadi Chehadé, David Gerbrands, Norbert Gorissen, Sunita Grote, Dakota Gruener, Juan Pablo Guerrero, Rajeev Gupta, Mark de la Iglesia, Johanna Jochim, Cheryl Joseph, Peter Knaack, Christina Lomazzo, Cornis van der Lugt, Yolanda Jinxin Ma, Sabine Mensah, Lorena Rivero del Paso, Oshani Perera, Paolo de Renzio, Bas Rüter, Mateo Salomon, Jaspreet Singh, Martin Spolc, Gerardo Uña, Tidhar Wald, Oliver Waissbein.

Thanks to those who contributed to the Call for Contributions and the formally constituted convenings in Amsterdam, Beijing, Berlin, Brussels, Davos, Geneva, Kuala Lumpur, London, Milan, Mumbai, Nairobi, New Delhi, New York, Paris, San Francisco, Singapore, and Toronto. Also particular thanks to the Rockefeller Center in Bellagio, Ant Group, World Bank, and World Economic Forum who organized meetings and retreats that fed into the report.

We thank Germany, Italy and Switzerland for their generous funding and support to the Task Force.

The Task Force has drawn on research and extensive engagement with the financial community, policy-makers and regulators and experts and civil society groups.

Task Force members have been supported by their Sherpas, including Matthew Blake, Cyriaque Edon, Alix Jagueneau, Gerald Lam, Mikkel Larsen, Laurence Latimer, Lanna Lome-Ieremia, Helene Molinier, Matu Mugo, Mack Ramachandran, Shari Spiegel, Mahesh Uttamchandani, Barry Wentworth, Meng Yan and Simon Zadek.

Thanks to the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), led by the Co-Chair, Achim Steiner, the Sherpa to the Co-Chairs, Simon Zadek, and Michele Candotti, Christina Carlson, Annette Edra, Mamaye Gebretsadik, Joe Hooper, Sharon Kinsley, Marcus Neto, Michiko Okumura, and Robert Opp. Also thanks to the United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF), led by Judith Karl and Henri Dommel and including Amil Aneja, Deena Austin, Tillman Bruett, Ralph Chow, Anne Folan, Imelda Panguito and interns Chen Bi, Yi Chen, Yuxin Huang.

Special thanks also to the Task Force partners, including Marianne Haahr of Green Digital Finance Alliance; David Craig, Sherry Madera, and Julia Walker of Refinitiv; and Louise C. James, Palak Kapoor, Sebastian Rodriguez of Accenture Development Partnerships.

Thanks to the following individuals who participated in offsites, working groups and contributed to reviews of the various iterations of the final report: Azeema Adam, Timothy Adams, Fiona Bayat-Renoux, Greta Bull, Doreen Bogdan-Martin, Brad Carr, Anir Chowdhury, Benoît Cœuré, Matthew Davie, Eric Duflos, Frank Elderson, Belinda Exelby, Ann Florini, Conan French, Katherine Foster, Jon Frost, Matthew Gamser, Sonja Gibbs, Amandeep Gill, Alfred Hannig, Chia Hock Lai, Marc Hollanders, Fabrizio Hochschild, Samira Khan, Lise Kingo, Alexia Latortue, Peter Lovelock, Henry Ma, Jeremy McDaniels, Ma Jun, Alfonso Garcia Mora, Sophie Pilgrim, Dragan Radic, David Symington, Jael Tan, Julia Walker, Daniele Violetti, Andrew Wilson, Louise Wilson and Xiaochen Zhang.

Thanks also to Douglas Arner, Sofie Blakstad, Liesbeth Casier, Ralph Chami, Peter Chowla, Pedro Conceição, Fadi Chehadé, David Gerbrands, Norbert Gorissen, Sunita Grote, Dakota Gruener, Juan Pablo Guerrero, Rajeev Gupta, Mark de la Iglesia, Johanna Jochim, Cheryl Joseph, Peter Knaack, Christina Lomazzo, Cornis van der Lugt, Yolanda Jinxin Ma, Sabine Mensah, Lorena Rivero del Paso, Oshani Perera, Paolo de Renzio, Bas Rüter, Mateo Salomon, Jaspreet Singh, Martin Spolc, Gerardo Uña, Tidhar Wald, Oliver Waissbein.

Thanks to those who contributed to the Call for Contributions and the formally constituted convenings in Amsterdam, Beijing, Berlin, Brussels, Davos, Geneva, Kuala Lumpur, London, Milan, Mumbai, Nairobi, New Delhi, New York, Paris, San Francisco, Singapore, and Toronto. Also particular thanks to the Rockefeller Center in Bellagio, Ant Group, World Bank, and World Economic Forum who organized meetings and retreats that fed into the report.

We thank Germany, Italy and Switzerland for their generous funding and support to the Task Force.