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The World Bank Group would like to hear the ideas from the young people in Bosnia and Herzegovina on how to create more jobs and tackle youth unemployment in the country
Enisa Bekto, the CEO and Bekto Precisa, says the most successful managers in her company have been women.
Across Europe and Central Asia, IFC is building a market for renewable energy that will ultimately provide clean power for millions of people, slash greenhouse gas emissions and create hundreds of jobs.
Microfinance has been a lifeline for many people living at the base of the pyramid. A new set of films developed by IFC in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Tajikistan, and the Kyrgyz Republic shows
Corporate governance has been gradually emerging as a key business concept in the countries of southern Europe, in particular as countries in the region seek foreign direct investment and are progressing on the EU path

Contact Information

Zmaja od Bosne bb

(Raiffeisen BH-Building B/III)
71000 Sarajevo

Bosnia-Herzegovina
Tel: +387 (0)33 251-555

Fax: +387 (0)33 217-762

 

Contact Representative:
Lada Busevac
Senior Country Officer

LBusevac@ifc.org


Publications

  • All Publications in Europe and Central Asia

IFC in Bosnia-Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina became a shareholder and member of IFC in 1996. Since then, IFC's investment in Bosnia and Herzegovina totaled $376 million, including $23 million in syndicated loans, in 44 projects across a variety of sectors. Our committed investment portfolio in Bosnia and Herzegovina as of 30 June 2013 is $100 million. In fiscal year 2013, IFC invested $33 million in Bosnia and Herzegovina. IFC is focusing its investments services on increasing access to finance by supporting the development of local financial institutions, especially ones that concentrate on micro, small, and medium enterprises. IFC has also invested in the country’s health sector, municipal infrastructure, agribusiness, construction, and general manufacturing. IFC advisory services aim to improve the investment climate, performance of private sector companies, access to finance, and also to attract private sector participation in development of infrastructure projects.


IFC Strategy in Bosnia and Herzegovina
 

Through a combination of investment and advisory services we will continue to partner with clients in strategic sectors crucial for country’s long-term sustainable development, with a particular focus on:
  • Financial sector with a special emphasis on small and medium enterprises and energy efficiency lending
  • Climate change including investments in infrastructure and energy sectors
  • Agribusiness with an emphasis on food retail and manufacturing
  • Value-added manufacturing
  • Business infrastructure with a focus on logistics and distribution
  • Sub-national finance with a focus on municipal infrastructure and waste management
  • Health and education

 

IFC Investment

 

Details of projects currently in progress can be found in IFC Disclosure and using Project Mapping. For completed projects see press releases below or visit the media center.


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