As stated by the IFC, the Program aims to deliver comprehensive support to clients by harnessing the collective expertise, tools, and knowledge from various practice groups within IFC, focusing on areas such as SME, Risk Management, Microfinance, Housing, Digital Finance, sustainable energy finance, and Banking on Women, among other relevant domains.
Through this regional Program, IFC will proactively address the evolving needs of FIG clients in Central Asia and Turkey. IFC approach involves conducting thorough assessments, designing tailored projects, and providing diagnostics and strategic advisory engagements.
The potential engagements will be custom-tailored to precisely reflect the specific needs of individual clients.
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