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36 Dragan Tsankov Boulevard
World Trade Center
Sofia 1057, Bulgaria
Tel: (395-2) 9697 230

Contact Representative:
Slobodan Brkic
Corporate Relations


  • All Publications in Europe and Central Asia

IFC in Bulgaria

Bulgaria became a member of IFC in 1991. Since then, IFC's investment in Bulgaria totaled $956.2 billion, including $224.3 million in funds mobilized from our partners, in 40 projects across a variety of sectors. In addition, IFC has supported trade flows of $326 million through its trade finance program. Our committed investment portfolio in Bulgaria as of 30 June 2015 is $194.1 million. IFC’s role in Bulgaria is changing in light of the country’s EU membership and the growing availability of private financing. IFC’s focus has centered on areas such as infrastructure, agriculture, and renewable energy. IFC also invested in the financial markets, general manufacturing, oil and gas.


IFC Strategy in Bulgaria

IFC's strategy in Bulgaria focuses on:
  • Investing in less developed regions as well as in the sectors and projects where private financing remains limited and our role is more prominent, including social and environmental issues.
  • Providing advisory services to develop public private partnerships in infrastructure with a special emphasis on water.


IFC Investment


Details of projects currently in progress can be found in IFC Disclosure. For completed projects see press releases below or visit the IFC Press Room.


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