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Inside the world"s development finance institutions

William A. Delphos

Inside the world"s development finance institutions

by William A. Delphos

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Published by Thomson in Mason, Ohio .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Development credit corporations -- Directories,
  • Development banks -- Directories,
  • International finance -- Directories

  • About the Edition

    A guide to global, regional, and national development finance institutions. Broken down by scope of activities, the text introduces each institution, gives a short overview of its programs, and provides contact information

    Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [299]-303) and index

    StatementWilliam A. Delphos
    GenreDirectories
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxxvi, 314 p. :
    Number of Pages314
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17114168M
    ISBN 100538726903

    An international financial institution (IFI) is a financial institution that has been established (or chartered) by more than one country, and hence is subject to international owners or shareholders are generally national governments, although other international institutions and other organizations occasionally figure as shareholders. The most prominent IFIs are creations . IFC, and more recently, other multilateral, bilateral, and export credit institutions have played a strong suportive role in bringing project finance to its current volumes. This role was highlighted in , when these institutions sustained flows of an estimated $25 billion at a time when there was an abrupt decline in some types of private.

    8 Islamic Finance and Impact Investing Islamic Finance and Impact Investing 9 INTRODUCTION Undoubtedly, the worlds of Islamic finance and impact investing are growing daily, and rapidly. This report attempts to provide a brief and indicative overview of both universes: conventional impact investing and Islamic financing. The little data book on financial development (English) Abstract. The data in this book are for , , and Data are shown for economies with population greater t or for smaller economies if they are members of the World : Nan Zhou, Thierry Tressel, Jeanne Emma Verrier.

      Development Finance Institutions (DFIs)—which provide financing to private investors in developing economies—have seen rapid expansion over the past few years. This paper describes and analyses a new dataset covering the five largest bilateral DFIs alongside the IFC which includes project amounts, standardized sectors, instruments, and countries. Open books: how development finance institutions can be transparent in their fi Development finance institutions (DFIs) have recognized the importance of openness and transparency in projects they finance directly, yet they have not extended this to high-risk projects financed through their financial intermediary clients.


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