About the 2022 IsDB Group Annual Meetings


The Boards of Governors and the General Assemblies of the IsDB Group members hold their Annual Meetings to discuss development issues and institutional matters. The theme of this year’s annual meeting will be “Beyond Recovery: Resilience and Sustainability”. The iconic Private Sector Forum, an opportunity for networking and establishing business relationships and partnerships, is also held in conjunction with the annual meetings.

The Annual Meeting, along with its large array of events and functions taking place on the sidelines over the four-day period, attracts a vast number of representatives from regional and international financial and development institutions, business leaders and the wider community. The event, which offers an ideal platform for decision-makers to discuss challenges and explore opportunities in member countries, typically attracts an audience in excess of 2,000 participants across the various functions.


The 2022 IsDB Group Annual Meeting will take place at Sharm El Sheikh International Convention Center, Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt.


The following meetings of the IsDB Group Boards of Governors and General Assemblies will take place on 3 - 4 June 2022:

  • 47th Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors of the IsDB
  • 29th Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors of the ICIEC
  • 15th Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors of the ISFD
  • 22nd  General Assembly of ICD
  • 17th General Assembly of the ITFC

The IsDB Group Annual Meetings are also an occasion for the following institutions to hold their general assemblies:

  • The Association of National Development Finance Institutions in Member Countries of the Islamic Development Bank (ADFIMI)
  • The Federation of Consultants from Islamic Countries (FCIC)
  • The Federation of Contractors from Islamic Countries (FOCIC)


During the Annual Meetings period, various knowledge-sharing and flagship events are held featuring top-level panelists from governments, international and regional organizations, the private sector, academia, and civil society. Knowledge-sharing events provide a dynamic platform to discuss economic, financial, and development issues of current interest to member countries and their partners.

They also encourage discussions and debates and promote partnerships, cooperation, and knowledge sharing. Most of the events are open to all registered participants.