Advisor to the President Ivanka Trump, OPIC President and CEO Ray W. Washburne, and Acting U.S. Secretary of State John Sullivan launched the OPIC 2X Americas Women’s Initiative to mobilize $1 billion towards advancing women’s economic participation at the CEO Summit of the Americas in Lima, Peru.
An OPIC loan of $5 million is supporting the expansion of production of Mobius, the only company manufacturing cost-efficient cars fit for the rugged terrain in Africa.
OPIC signed a loan agreement to contribute $40 million to the ALCB Fund which supports institutions operating in financial inclusion, housing, agriculture and renewable energy in Africa.
OPIC-supported Mall for Africa is providing a much-needed connection between middle class consumers in Africa and U.S. retailers .
OPIC heads to Wilmington, Delaware, to host a seminar for American small business owners and entrepreneurs looking to compete in the global market.
OPIC President and CEO Ray W. Washburne testified before Congress about the need for a modernized development finance institution to compete globally.
Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernández joined OPIC to inaugurate Geotérmica Platanares, a 35 megawatt geothermal baseload power plant in western Honduras.