DFC CEO Travels to Ukraine

Building on his visit to the country in December 2022, DFC CEO Scott Nathan traveled to Kyiv to meet with public and private sector leaders, underscoring DFC's longstanding commitment to the country and the steps it is taking to invest in Ukraine's economy today.

Alongside Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal and U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Bridget Brink, Nathan announced steps that DFC is taking to mobilize projects with high standards. At the American Chamber of Commerce of Ukraine, Nathan also announced that DFC is exploring two potential investments that would support technology businesses and an expanded health facility in Kyiv.


Advancing Investment in the Indo-Pacific

At the 5th Indo-Pacific Business Forum, DFC announced that it committed more than $2 billion for the region in Fiscal Year 2022 across nearly 50 diverse projects that are bolstering healthcare, renewable energy, financial inclusion, and digital connectivity.

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DFC's Development Advisory Council Announces New Members

New members Nancy Lee, Tjada McKenna, and Jacqueline Novogratz will leverage their extensive experience in international development to advise DFC leadership on development impact. 

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Bolstering Private Sector-Led Development in the Dominican Republic

COO Agnes Dasewicz traveled to Santo Domingo, where she discussed energy access and the global energy transition at the Caribbean Energy Conference and met with local business leaders.

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DFC Welcomes Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer

Bringing more than two decades of experience to the agency’s senior management team, Neonu Jewell will provide strategic expertise on DFC’s Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility programs.

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Promoting Women's Economic Security Across the Globe

Alongside its U.S. Government partners, DFC helped launch the first U.S. Strategy on Global Women's Economic Security, which aims to bolster educational and job opportunities for the world’s women.

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Increasing Inclusive Economic Opportunity in South Africa

A DFC loan is helping SA Taxi lend to black-owned and –led enterprises operating minibus taxis across the country, expanding economic opportunities for communities lacking affordable transportation access.

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