DFC CEO Travels to United Nations General Assembly

This month, CEO Scott Nathan traveled to New York to participate in the 77th Session of the UN General Assembly, where he met with global leaders to discuss the importance of private sector-led development to advancing Ukraine reconstruction, renewable energy, and more.

Among numerous high-profile meetings, CEO Nathan met with the presidents of Malawi, Zambia, and Paraguay to bolster collaboration and unlock increased investment in those countries. He also delivered remarks alongside Secretary of State Antony Blinken and USAID Administrator Samantha Power, where he underscored how DFC’s bilateral partnerships help promote sustainable global development and advance global democracy.


DFC Board Approves $1.6 Billion of Investment

At the agency’s September meeting of its Board of Directors, DFC's Board approved 16 new projects that will tackle the world’s most pressing challenges, including access to energy, food security, and gender equity.

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Expanding Renewable Energy in Malawi

On the sidelines of the UN General Assembly, DFC committed a $25 million loan to support the Golomoti Solar project, a solar photovoltaic power plant that will bolster access to energy across the country.

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DFC CEO Attends Inauguration in Angola

While leading a Presidential Delegation to Angola, CEO Scott Nathan congratulated João Lourenço on his inauguration as President and explored opportunities for investment in the country.

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Transforming Lives Across Nigeria

A loan to Union Bank of Nigeria is helping expand access to capital for businesses across the country, impacting over 50,000 SMEs, including many that are owned by, led by, or support women.

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Conserving Ecosystems in Mexico, Peru, and Colombia

In collaboration with USAID, DFC announced that it will provide $5 million in financing to an impact investment fund that will help conserve, restore, and sustainably manage critical ecosystems.

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Bolstering Investment Across Asia

DFC COO Agnes Dasewicz met with President of the Japan International Cooperation Agency Akihiko Tanaka to foster collaboration between the U.S. and Japan on shared priorities in the region.

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