DFC Welcomes CEO Scott Nathan
In a strong display of bipartisanship, the United States Senate voted to confirm Scott A. Nathan as DFC’s Chief Executive Officer. He was ceremonially sworn in by Vice President Kamala Harris last week.

Mr. Nathan brings to DFC extensive experience across the public and private sectors, most recently serving as a Senior Advisor to the White House Office of Presidential Personnel after having worked on the Biden-Harris Presidential Transition’s Appointments team. Prior to public service, he was for nearly two decades a partner, management committee member, and the Chief Risk Officer of The Baupost Group, a Boston-based private investment partnership.

Mr. Nathan takes the helm as DFC's CEO following a year of service from former Acting CEO Dev Jagadesan. Read Mr. Jagadesan's statement here.

Under his leadership, DFC looks forward to advancing development across emerging markets and continuing to address critical global challenges.
Deepening Impact Through DFC's Mission Transaction Unit
In a recent blog post, DFC's Maryam Khosharay joined USAID's Michael Metzler to discuss how the agencies have worked together through DFC's Mission Transaction Unit to identify and address local challenges across the developing world.
Advancing Food Security in Morocco and Senegal
A DFC technical assistance grant to Ifria Cold Chain Development Co. will support the construction of two large cold storage warehouses that will help mitigate food waste to improve food security.
Bolstering Vaccine Manufacturing in South Africa
A consortium of nine development and finance institutions including DFC announced that they are partnering with vaccine manufacturer Biovac to boost local vaccine manufacturing capacity across the African continent.
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