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Supporting Private Education in Emerging Markets September 2010. International Finance Corporation at a glance. IFC Portfolio as of June 30, 2009, by Region. Sub-Saharan Africa 11%. Europe and Central Asia 26%. History, ownership and vision

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Supporting Private Education

in Emerging Markets

September 2010

international finance corporation at a glance
International Finance Corporation at a glance

IFC Portfolio as of June 30, 2009, by Region

Sub-Saharan Africa 11%

Europe and Central Asia 26%

History, ownership and vision

  • Founded in 1956 to foster private sector investment in the developing world
  • Part of the World Bank Group and owned by its 179 member countries
  • Vision: That poor people have the opportunity to escape poverty and to improve their lives.

Global 1%

South Asia 12%

Middle East and North Africa 11%

East Asia and the Pacific 14%

Latin America and the Caribbean 25%

Total US$32.4 Billion

IFC Financing as of June 30, 2009Total Commitments: US$10.5 billion for own account, US$4.0 billion mobilized

IFC Portfolio as of June 30, 2009, by Industry

Health and Education 2%

Private Equity and Investment Funds 5%

Subnational Finance 1%

Global ICT 4%

Global Financial Markets Group 36%

Agribusiness 7%

Oil, Gas, Mining, andChemicals 10%

Global Manufacturingand Services 18%

Infrastructure 17%

*Includes loans, equity, guarantees, risk management products

Total US$32.4 Billion

IFC FY09 Annual Report data

ifc has a well established franchise in latin america
IFC has a well established franchise in Latin America

Historical Commitments

Fiscal Year 2009 Commitments

US$ millions

US$ millions

Syndications

US$670

Loans

US$ 1,648

Guarantees and RM US$824

Equity US$250

US$ 3,392 million

Regional Portfolio

IFC Portfolio by Country (largest exposure)

US$ millions

US$ millions

Argentina US$1,054

Brazil

US$ 2,364

Colombia US$873

US$ 12,201 million

IFC FY09 Annual Report data

ifc investment strategy 3 fundamental principles
IFC Investment Strategy: 3 Fundamental Principles
  • Commercially viable investments
    • Market based
    • Must produce returns
  • Value added beyond capital
    • Opportunity to help clients achieve higher standards of management and social responsibility
  • Strong development impact
    • Support projects that will expand much needed services in a socially and environmentally responsible way
summary of ifc investments in education
Summary of IFC Investments in Education
  • The Education Sector is a pillar of IFC’s Strategy
  • IFC has invested in 64 projects in 31 countries
  • Total project value: US$1,577 million

* Total education portfolio size US$316 million

examples of ifc investments in education
Examples of IFC Investments in Education

Education

Education

Education

Education

Education

US$8mm Equity Investment

Mexico

US$30mm Bond Guarantee

Chile

US$30mm Senior Loan

US$50mm Guarantee

Chile

US$39mm in Senior Loans

Brazil

US$30mm in Senior Loans

US$1mm Capital

Mexico

US$14mm Student Loan Guarantee

Brazil

US$30mm Senior Loan

Mexico

US$7.3mm Senior Loan

Vietnam

US$5mm Senior Loan

Uruguay

US$8mm Senior Loan

Argentina

US$5mm Senior Loan

Trinidad Tobago

US$8mm Senior Loan

Lebanon

US$18.4mm Guarantee

Pakistan

US$2.5mm Senior Loan

Ghana

US$12mm Senior Loan

Turkey

global trends in education
Global Trends in Education

Anhanguera Educacional Participações S/A

Major Regional and International Players

ifc has a full range of financing capabilities
IFC has a Full Range of Financing Capabilities

Senior Loan

B Loan / Syndication

Mezzanine

Equity

StructuredProducts

Advisory Services

ifc s teams work closely with clients
IFC’s Teams Work Closely with Clients

Identification & Review

Appraisal

Investment Review Meeting

Negotiation & Documentation

BoardApproval

Supervision