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IFC Access to Information Policy

IFC Access to Information Policy

Why Disclose?

IFC believes that transparency and accountability are fundamental to fulfilling its development mandate and strengthening public trust in IFC and its clients.


IFC’s Access to Information Policy (AIP) went into effect on January 1, 2012, and supersedes the IFC Disclosure Policy (April 2006). Through the new policy, IFC seeks to provide accurate and timely information regarding its investment and advisory services activities to its clients, partners and stakeholders.

For each proposed investment, IFC discloses relevant information pertaining to project, environmental and social implications, and expected development impact prior to consideration by IFC’s Board of Directors.



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