A corporation owned by the World Bank that produces a number of well known stock indexes for emerging markets.
Established in 1956, it is a member of the World Bank group and provides loans to promote private sector investment in LDCs and developing countries. The loans are extended at market rates and the IFC seeks profitable returns from its investments. Français: Société Internationale de Financement Español: Corporación Financiera Internacional
One of the five institutions that comprise the World Bank Group, IFC promotes growth in the developing world by financing private sector investments and providing technical assistance and advice to governments and businesses.
( IFC) Assists with private sector investments, primarily through mobilizing capital on international financial markets, and by providing technical assistance and advice to governments and businesses in developing countries. IFC has 174 members investing in 78 countries, with 40 percent of its investments in the financial sector.
a United Nations agency that invest directly in companies and guarantees loans to private investors; affiliated with the World Bank
The private lending arm of the World Bank.
Part of the World Bank Group, IFC provides project financing for private sector investments, primarily through mobilising capital on international financial markets, and by providing technical assistance and advice to governments and businesses in developing countries.
Established in 1956 and part of World Bank Group, the IFC lends directly to the private sector - providing long-term loans, equity investments and guarantees. The IFC also gives governments and businesses in developing countries advice and technical assistance.
(IFC)-Promotes economic growth by lending directly to the private sector in developing countries from the World Bank.
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The International Finance Corporation (IFC) promotes sustainable private sector investment in developing countries as a way to reduce poverty and improve people's lives.