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East Asia & the Pacific


Fiscal Year 2012 Data

 

 

Key Facts & Results 2012


 

IFC’s investments in East Asia Pacific reached a record $2.9 billion in 71 projects in FY12, with an emphasis on the region’s poorest countries and markets. About 65 percent of our loan and equity financing went to frontier areas, such as Mongolia, the Mekong countries, rural China, and the Pacific Islands. In calendar year 2011, we reached 1.4 million farmers, facilitated $51 billion worth of loans for micro, small and medium enterprises, and helped create more than 700,000 jobs.

 

 

DEVELOPMENT IMPACT

New IFC projects in fiscal 2012 are expected to…

 

... reach around 130,000 farmers

... improve health and education services for 1.2 million people
... facilitate loans for around 5.4 million micro, small, and medium enterprises

CREDIT RATING:

Triple-A
(Moody’s,
Standard & Poor’s)

STAFF:
 

Over 300

in more than 20 countries

INDUSTRY COVERAGE:

Global financial markets, private equity, and investment funds

 

Global manufacturing and services, agribusiness, health, and education

 

Infrastructure, information and communication technologies, oil, gas,mining, and subnational finance

PORTFOLIO:

$6.7 billion
representing
240 firms in 11 countries

(as of June 30, 2012)

INVESTMENT COMMITTED IN FY12:

A record $2.9 billion

representing 71 projects
in 10 countries
 

ADVISORY SERVICE BUSINESS LINES

... Access to Finance
... Sustainable Business Advice
... Public-Private Partnerships
... Investment Climate


Portfolio volume of close to $113 million across 73 projects

 

 

 

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