On 22 and 23 June 2023, President Emmanuel Macron convened in Paris representatives of some hundred countries, including forty heads of state and government, representatives of international organisations and financial institutions, civil society and academics, as well as companies and private investors, at the Summit for a New Global Financial Pact.

The aim of the Summit was to lay the foundations for a renewed international financial system, creating the conditions for a financing breakthrough so that no country has to choose between reducing poverty, combating climate change and preserving biodiversity. 

Discussions focused on the need to deliver on the commitments already made in terms of international solidarity, on the means of mobilising more public resources and using them more effectively, and on the essential role that private investors must play

The discussions at this informal Summit, which was innovative in its inclusiveness, helped to build consensus among partners and to prepare for the forthcoming multilateral meetings, such as the G20 Summit in India and COP28 in the United Arab Emirates, where ambitious decisions will have to be taken to preserve our collective capacity to face up to today's major challenges.

On the margins of the Summit, President Macron had the opportunity to meet some of his counterparts at the Élysée Palace, to consolidate and deepen the discussions.

Review of the Summit conclusions:

Summary of discussions at the Summit

Proposed roadmap to build on key milestones of the international agenda as a follow-up to the Summit

Watch the Summit closing ceremony :