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Investing for Impact - IFC Investor Pitchbook

IFC complements its public issuance by accessing a variety of different markets such as green bonds, uridashi, private placements and discount notes. Learn More

Local Currency and Hedging Solutions Pitchbook

Companies with revenues in local currency should generally borrow in their local currency, instead of borrowing in a foreign currency which leads to currency risk. By matching the currency denomination of assets and liabilities, companies can concentrate on their core businesses rather than focus on exchange rate movements. Learn More

Debt Capital Market Solutions Pitchbook

Debt markets in particular are crucial sources of capital funds, especially to help close huge financing gap in sectors like Infrastructure and Housing.  They create channels for domestic savings — such as those managed by pension funds and other institutional investors — to be put to productive use in the local economy. Learn More

Capital Market Solutions in Asia

Debt markets in particular are crucial sources of capital funds, especially to help close huge financing gap in sectors like Infrastructure and Housing.  They create channels for domestic savings — such as those managed by pension funds and other institutional investors — to be put to productive use in the local economy. IFC can provide a range of capital market solutions to our clients. This provides key highlights of our capital market activities in Asia. Learn More

Capital Market Solutions in Latin America and the Caribbean

Debt markets in particular are crucial sources of capital funds, especially to help close huge financing gap in sectors like Infrastructure and Housing.  They create channels for domestic savings — such as those managed by pension funds and other institutional investors — to be put to productive use in the local economy. IFC can provide a range of capital market solutions to our clients. This provides key highlights of our capital market activities in LAC. Learn More

FORESTS BOND

First-of-its-kind, principal protected fixed income instrument issued under IFC’s AAA-rated program that will aim to pay a coupon in the form of carbon credits to bondholders. Learn More

IFC Funding Program Factsheet

IFC issues bonds in the global capital markets to fund our investments in the private sector in emerging markets.  Learn More

Green Bonds Factsheet

IFC’s Green Bonds combine an attractive investment proposition with an opportunity to support climate-related projects.  As at September 2016, IFC has issued $5.6 billion in green bonds through 63 transactions in 11 currencies.  Learn More

FORESTS BOND FACTSHEET

Protecting forests through an innovative capital market mechanism - The IFC Forests Bond will channel funds to a private sector project that creates viable alternatives to deforestation. The project follows the Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD) scheme, offering economic incentives to reduce deforestation and invest in low-carbon growth.  Learn More

REDD MARKET FACTSHEET

Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (“REDD”) is designed to create financial incentives for developing countries to (i) reduce emissions from deforestation and forest degradation, (ii) conserve and enhance forest carbon stocks and (iii) sustainably manage forests.  Learn More

FORESTS BOND REDD PROJECT FACTSHEET

Wildlife Works (WW) recently launched “Rukinga” as a REDD project which now provides income to the community and local landowners for protecting their land instead of destroying it. Not only does the program create jobs directly in conservation, it allows WW to develop eco solutions for harmful practices such as cutting down whole trees for charcoal or unsustainable farming. The protection area has now expanded to 200,000 hectares, which are expected to offset 1.4 million tons of CO2 emissions per year for the next 30 years.  Learn More

Discount Note Factsheet

IFC Discount Notes offer investors short-term high quality investment opportunities in US dollar, Renminbi, and Turkish Lira.  The Global Discount Note Program complements IFC’s Global MTN program and provides an additional funding and liquidity management tool for IFC to support IFC’s trade finance and supply chain initiatives and to expand the availability of short term local currency finance.  Learn More

Inclusive Business Bonds Factsheet

IFC’s Inclusive Business Bonds combine an attractive investment proposition with an opportunity to support inclusive business projects. All proceeds from IFC Inclusive Business Bonds will be set aside in a designated account for investing exclusively in inclusive business projects in developing countries.  Learn More

Banking on Women Bonds Factsheet

IFC’s Banking on Women bonds combine an attractive investment proposition with an opportunity to support our Banking on Women program which seeks to increase access to finance for women entrepreneurs.  Learn MoreUS Investment Factsheet

IFC bonds offer value as a US Treasury-plus investment and an alternative to US Agencies. Learn More

US Investment Factsheet

IFC bonds offer value as a US Treasury-plus investment and an alternative to US Agencies. Learn More

IFC Impact Notes Factsheet

IFC’s Impact Notes program offers investors the opportunity to buy AAA senior unsecured bonds on a new issue basis at par.  Impact Notes are an attractive alternative to US Agencies, offered in a variety of structures, providing flexibility for different investment objectives.  Learn More

Copeval Factsheet

IFC’s support of the Copeval transaction develops the domestic capital market by showing other potential issuers that the securitization structure works, while proving that it is also an attractive instrument for investors.  Learn More

Securitization Factsheet

Securitization can be an advantageous financial tool for companies seeking to manage their balance sheet more actively or to broaden their funding options beyond the usual bank and unsecured corporate debt market options. The term “securitization” encompasses a wide range of capital markets structures and instruments.  Learn More

Creating Opportunities in Domestic Capital Markets

Deep, efficient local capital markets are the foundation for a thriving private sector, the key driver of jobs and growth. In many markets, access to finance is a key constraint to private sector growth. Capital markets mobilize funds for private sector investment, particularly in priority sectors such as infrastructure and housing.  Learn More

PT Ciputra Residence, Indonesia

PT Ciputra Residence is an Indonesian real estate company, and a subsidiary of publicly listed PT Ciputra Development Tbk. With projects located across the country, including the provinces of Java,Sumatra and Kalimantan, Ciputra Residence focuses on creating sustainable property developments that balance people’s needs for housing, community, and related services.  Learn More

Ecobank Transnational Inc.

ETI is the leading pan-African full service banking group, with activities in 36 African countries, a licensed operation in Paris and representative offices in Beijing, Dubai, Johannesburg, London and Luanda. The Group was incorporated in 1985 in Togo and has been an IFC client since 1993. Although ETI operates a Universal banking model serving corporate, SME and retail clients, its strength has been in corporate banking.  Learn More

CAMESA, Mexico

Access to the Mexican corporate bond market can be limited for first time issuers. Investors typically prefer entitites that are rated close to AA or companies that they know well. CAMESA received a local corporate rating of A- (mex) by Fitch and HR A-by HR Ratings. In order to ensure a successful bond placement, CAMESA received a partial credit guarantee (PCG) from IFC to elevate the rating of the bond to AA- (mex).  Learn More

 

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