Partnering with business as a force for good in the world
Looking back on another banner year, OPIC President and CEO Elizabeth Littlefield reflects on OPIC's growing portfolio, its investments in many of the world's low-income countries and how OPIC has become a more efficient and innovative agency.  Learn more
OPIC COO John Morton featured in Quartz 
OPIC Chief Operating Officer John Morton recently wrote a piece for  Quartz  that examines the large investment in energy infrastructure that will be needed worldwide to keep up with a growing population. Learn more
OPIC marks a key anniversary as a self sustaining agency
Thirty-one years ago, OPIC presented President Ronald Reagan with a check for $50 million, making good on its promise to pay back every cent of the funds that Congress had allocated to start the agency in 1971. Learn more
More than 10 years ago, OPIC provided financing to Oklahoma-based Joshi Technologies to  advance oil production at an aging oil field in Colombia. Learn more

Developing countries are at the forefront of possibility, but they also present significant challenges for investors. This video illustrates how OPIC works with the private sector to address many of these challenges. Learn more
A "blueprint" for supporting small farmers
OPIC partner and Impact Award winner Root Capital was featured in The Boston Globe. In the piece, Root Capital Founder and CEO Willy Foote discusses the company's blueprint for supporting small farmers.  Learn more
Sambazon used an OPIC loan to build an açaí processing facility that provides income for 10,000 family farmers in Brazil and is helping grow its California headquarters. Learn more