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INTERNATIONAL FINANCE

CORPORATION
SYEF SAZZAD
RAKIB HASAN RAFI
AFRIDA MUBASSHIRA
MAHDIN MOHAMMAD
NAIM NOOR ARNOB
IFC: A MEMBER OF THE WORLD BANK GROUP

IBRD IDA IFC MIGA ICSID


International International International Multilateral International
Bank for Development Finance Investment and Centre for
Reconstruction Association Corporation Guarantee Settlement of
and Agency Investment
Development Disputes

Loans to Interest-free Guarantees of


Solutions Conciliation
middle-income loans and foreign direct
in and arbitration
and credit- grants to investments
private of investment
worthy low- governments non-
sector disputes
income country of poorest commercial
development
governments countries risks

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DEVELOPMENT GOALS OF IFC
The IFC Development Goals (IDG)are targets for key development outcome indicators that projects are
expected to deliver during their lifetime (which are recorded in DOTS). We aim to achieve them
through our investments or advisory services. IDGs are the drivers of IFCs development strategy. Our
monitoring and evaluation systems track the results so that IFC can compare these targets to actual
outcomes from projects.
Goal is to,
Improving infrastructure
Access to Financial institution
Reduce greenhouse effect
Ensure sustainable farming
Boost health & Education

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IFC: INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS FOR INCREASED IMPACT

IFC ASSET MANAGEMENT


INVESTMENT ADVISORY
COMPANY

Loans
Equity Firm-level advice Wholly owned subsidiary of IFC
Trade finance PPP transaction advice Private equity fund manager
Syndications In partnership w/World Bank, advice Invests third-party capital alongside
on broader market development and IFC
Securitized finance
enabling environment for private
Risk management sector
Blended finance

720 projects valued at $1.1 bn


$51.7 bn portfolio (FY14) $6.4 bn under mgmt (FY14)
(FY14)

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IFCS GLOBAL REACH Moscow
Paris
Tbilisi
Istanbul Almaty
Washington
Cairo New Delhi
Hong Kong
Mexico City Santo Domingo
Dakar

Nairobi

Sao Paulo
Johannesburg
IFC HQ / Hub Offices
Buenos Aires IFC Country Offices

109 country and regional offices worldwide


4,015 staff (57% based outside Washington DC)

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THE POWER OF PARTNERSHIPS

900 Financial
3,000 Employees Institution Clients
in 86 Countries
IFCS GLOBAL
NETWORK FOR
Host County SOLUTIONS
Governments
30+ IFIs/DFIs

2,000 Private
Sector Clients
Sovereign Civil Society
Wealth Funds/
Institutional
Investors 20+ Bilateral Donors/
15+ Private
Foundations

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OVER 50 YEARS OF SECTOR EXPERTISE:

Greenfield Expansion Modernization


projects projects projects

Relationships
with
Oil and gas Technical
international
corporate advice and
stakeholders,
strategy support
including
investors

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OIL AND GAS EXPERTISE
IFC HAS EXPERIENCE THROUGHOUT THE VALUE CHAIN

UPSTREAM MIDSTREAM DOWNSTREAM

EXPLORATION E&P OIL PIPELINE GAS PIPELINE LNG GAS DISTRIBUTION

Paraguay Egypt, Algeria, Chad, Nigeria Peru Turkey Peru


Bulgaria Cameroon

President Energy Petroceltic ExxonMobil Seven Energy Peru LNG IZGAZ Calidda

$24,000,000 $100,000,000 $200,000,000 $105,000,000 $300,000,000 $51,000,000 $50,000,000


Equity Investment Senior Loan Senior Loan & Equity Investment Syndicated Project Senior Term Loan Junior & Senior
Syndication Financing Term Loans
Mandated Lead
Investor Arranger Investor (with AMC) Lender Lender Lender
December 2013 April 2013 June 2001 April 2014 June 2007 June 2009 March 2010

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MICROFINANCING BY IFC
Nearly three billion people in developing countries have little or no access to formal financial services.
Since pioneering commercial microfinance in the early 1990s, IFC has continued to lead innovation in
microfinance, using developments in technology, financial products, and policy to help financial institutions
reach a greater number of people in a more cost-effective way.
IFCs goal for microfinance is to scale up access to a range of high quality financial services for underserved
populations, maximizing development impact and ensuring institutional sustainability. IFC achieves this
goal by effectively combining investment and advisory services to a range of financial intermediaries.

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MICROFINANCING BY IFC
IFC is one of the leading global investors in terms of volume. In fiscal year 2014, IFC committed $519
million in 47 projects with MFIs. IFC cumulative investment portfolio in microfinance exceeded $3.5 billion,
with outstanding commitments of $1.68 billion.
In fiscal year 2014, IFC's advisory services comprised $66.2 million, representing technical assistance for
73 projects. IFC's investment and advisory reach through MFIs and SME-focused financial institutions is
29.1 million micro loans for a total of $28 billion outstanding portfolio (as of December 2013).
IFC also takes an active role in advising microfinance institutions and developing credit bureaus, which are
critical to avoid over-indebtedness and support responsible lending practices. Through its Global Credit
Bureau Program, IFC has created or significantly improved credit bureaus in more than 30 countries and
advocated for relevant laws in 33 countries.

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LONG-TERM COMPETITIVE FINANCING
ONE STOP SHOP FOR FULL RANGE OF FINANCING INSTRUMENTS

Private placement in listed equities


Traditional private equity
Asset level farm-ins
EQUITY Typically 5-20% shareholding
Not just financial investor, adding to shareholder value

Subordinated loans
MEZZANINE /
Income participating loans
QUASI
EQUITY Convertibles, preferred shares Fixed and
floating rates
Local
Corporate loans - Reserve based lending, Straight currencies
SENIOR DEBT corporate debt, Partial credit guarantees for bonds Up to 20-year
& Long-term project finance - Greenfield, Expansion maturity
EQUIVALENTS
Mobilization of funds from other lenders and investors,
through financings, syndications, underwritings and
guarantees

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LONG-TERM COMPETITIVE FINANCING
IFC ENGAGES ACROSS THE E&P CYCLE

Exploration Appraisal Development Production &


Maturity
New Area Mature Area
Aerial surveys 2D, 3D seismic 3D seismic Construction Water, gas injection
Geochemical Nearby wells Additional wells Data consolidation Infill drilling
2D seismic Drilling Reserves Horizontal wells
Drilling Resources Development plan
Resources

Wildcat well Discovery well Commerciality First oil / gas

Joint Venture Farm-in Corporate equity Mezzanine (QD) Reserve Based Loan
Corporate equity Mezzanine (QE) Reserve Based Loan Senior Loan

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LONG-TERM COMPETITIVE FINANCING
CAPITAL MOBILIZATION: IFC WORKS WITH CLIENTS TO FIND
FINANCING SOLUTIONS BEYOND ITS OWN ACCOUNT

IFC ASSET MANAGEMENT COMPANY


IFC AFRICAN, LATIN
Co-invests with IFC in equity and equity-related investments across a range of sectors in
AMERICAN &
Sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America, and the Caribbean
CARIBBEAN FUND

IFC GLOBAL Co-invests with IFC in equity-related investments in the infrastructure sector in emerging
INFRASTRUCTURE FUND markets

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LONG-TERM COMPETITIVE FINANCING
CAPITAL MOBILIZATION: IFC WORKS WITH CLIENTS TO FIND
FINANCING SOLUTIONS BEYOND ITS OWN ACCOUNT

IFCS SYNDICATED LOANS & MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT

SYNDICATED LOANS Mobilizes funds through: (i) Syndicated "B" Loans, mainly through commercial banks,
MANAGEMENT (ii)Coordinated and/or syndicated parallel loans, and (iii) A Loan Participations (ALPs)

Allows institutional investors, which provide capital on a portfolio basis, to passively


MANAGED CO-LENDING
participate in IFCs future loan portfolio. Through its State Administration for Foreign
PORTFOLIO PROGRAM
Exchange, the Peoples Bank of China has committed $3 billion in the next 6 years

OTHER FINANCING PARTNERS

SOVERIGN WEALTH
IFC works closely with Temasek, a national investment company in Singapore, and other
FUNDS / NATIONAL
investment funds globally to mobilize additional capital for our clients
INVESTMENT COMPANIES

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INTEGRATED FINANCING & SUSTAINABILITY EXPERTISE

FINANCING ADVISORY SERVICES


Equity Supplier development (linkages)

Quasi-equity Community Development

Loans Municipal Capacity Building

Capital markets access and mobilization World-class environmental and social advice

Risk management Resettlement & Indigenous Peoples

Political risk cover Access to Community Development Funding

IFCs package deal brings together world-class talent, a global outlook and a social/environmental mandate to deliver sustainable
business solutions; IFCs team includes financial professionals, petroleum engineers and gas specialists, environmental specialists,
development experts, and communications specialists

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COUNTRY RISK MANAGEMENT CAPABILITIES

World Bank
Strong government synergies
relations

Country Reduced risk of


Risk breach of contract,
Withholding tax
Mitigation convertibility
benefit

Reduced risk of expropriation

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CONCLUSION

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