QUOTE AND NEWS
The Hindu Business Line  Jan 5  Comment 
Independent power producer Hero Future Energies (HFE) has raised $125 million in private equity from Washington-based IFC, part of the World Bank, for an undisclosed stake. The company is also in ta...
The Economic Times  Dec 21  Comment 
The financing will be through a combination of a $103-mn loan from IFC’s own account and an additional $62 mn mobilized through partners.
OilVoice  Dec 19  Comment 
Accra, Ghana, December 15, 2016—IFC and MIGA, members of the World Bank Group, today announced the c ...
The Hindu Business Line  Dec 12  Comment 
Apollo Health and Lifestyle, a wholly owned subsidiary of Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Ltd and a leading player in the retail healthcare segment, has received a ₹450-crore investment from Internationa...
The Hindu Business Line  Dec 7  Comment 
​Mobile payments and wallet player FreeCharge​ ​has partnered with International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank group, to help women entrepreneurs sell their products on Snapdea...
The Economic Times  Dec 1  Comment 
AHLL with this equity investment proposes to open nearly 1,000 medical facilities, laboratories and collection centers. The investment will help it create over 4,000 new jobs across India.
The Economic Times  Dec 1  Comment 
Henrik Elschner Pedersen, IFC's senior manager (Consumer and Social Services- Asia), when asked about IFC's investment plans in Indian healthcare sector in the next one year.
The Hindu Business Line  Dec 1  Comment 
International Finance Corporation (IFC) and IFC Asset Management Company have invested ₹450 crore in Apollo Health and Lifestyle Ltd (AHLL), an arm of Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Ltd. “Through this...
Forbes  Nov 28  Comment 
The first ever CIO of the World Bank Group, Stephanie von Friedeburg, will return to the IFC, an organization that she was a part of for multiple decades before taking over as CIO of the Bank. Denis Robitaille has been named her interim-successor...
The Economic Times  Nov 25  Comment 
Sub-Saharan Africa’s private health-care industry is estimated to be worth about $21 billion, according to the IFC, and may double in value over the next decade.





 




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