International Finance Corporation | Land Portal
Acronym: 
IFC
Phone number: 
(202) 473-1000

Ubicación

2121 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
20433 Washington, D.C. , District Of Columbia
Estados Unidos
District Of Columbia US
Working languages: 
japonés
árabe
chino
inglés
portugués
ruso
español
francés

IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, is the largest global development institution focused exclusively on the private sector in developing countries.


We utilize and leverage our products and services—as well as products and services of other institutions in the World Bank Group—to provide development solutions customized to meet clients’ needs. We apply our financial resources, technical expertise, global experience, and innovative thinking to help our partners overcome financial, operational, and political challenges.


Clients view IFC as a provider and mobilizer of scarce capital, knowledge, and long-term partnerships that can help address critical constraints in areas such as finance, infrastructure, employee skills, and the regulatory environment.


IFC is also a leading mobilizer of third-party resources for its projects. Our willingness to engage in difficult environments and our leadership in crowding-in private finance enable us to extend our footprint and have a development impact well beyond our direct resources.

International Finance Corporation Resources

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Library Resource
Informes e investigaciones
Documentos de política y resúmenes
Diciembre, 2016
India, Asia meridional

The study aims to assess the market for low and middle income housing finance in Bangladesh and identify the demand trajectory of this segment over the next 4 years. In addition, the report identifies factors that constrain the housing finance from serving low and middle income households.

Library Resource
Julio, 2015

This issue includes the following
headings: renewable energy: wind and solar; energy
efficiency: green building; and green finance:
infrastructure finance.

Library Resource
Julio, 2015

This issue includes the following
headings: mass rapid transit: a tool for urban expansion;
financing: beyond sovereign guarantees; and low-income
housing: lessons from Latin America.

Library Resource
Julio, 2015

This issue includes the following
headings: seeds and soil: smallholder agriculture;
innovation: pairing commercial buyers with rural producers;
grain storage: a ready role for public-private partnerships
(PPPs); agricultural clusters: powering Africas agricultural
potential; and interviews: AgDevCo, bill and Melinda gates
foundation, earth policy institute.

Library Resource
Julio, 2015

Air and sea transport power the global
economy. Since the vast majority of trade is physical, it
must travel by plane or ship to reach its market. In fact,
high value, time-sensitive goods usually fly through at
least two airports, and almost every container passes
through at least two seaports. When ports are efficient,
people receive the goods theyre waiting for, sellers receive
payment, and global economic development is strengthened.

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