Securitization in reverse — the IFC’s MCPP

Multilateral development banks are increasingly seeking creative ways to strengthen their arms by getting private capital to invest alongside them, magnifying their efforts. The International Finance Corp has long been one of the most active in this field, and thanks to a fund it launched five years ago, it last year achieved a co-investment ratio of over 100%.

  • By Jon Hay
  • 21 Oct 2018

Asked about the IFC’s work on risk transfer and balance sheet optimisation, its vice-president of risk and financial sustainability, Mohamed Gouled, says: “What we have been doing is slightly the opposite. We don’t sell down or securitize — we do it ex ante.”

In 2013 the IFC created ...

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