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Business Opportunities in Emerging Markets

Meet the International Finance Corporation (IFC) for a discussion on Green Investments in Emerging Markets

Join our virtual meeting with the IFC to learn more about cooperation between the IFC and
Danish companies, who are active or looking to invest in emerging markets. The event will
specifically focus on project finance and development of bankable projects in renewable energy and other green projects in emerging markets.


10.00: All participants connect
Event facilitator: Morten Lauridsen, Head, IFC Multilateral Engagements, IFC

10.05-10.10: Opening remarks by Mr. Peter Thagesen, Director, Global Trade and Investments, Confederation of Danish Industry

10.10-10.25: Fire-starters – a new partnership for green growth

  • New Partnership for Green Growth by Mr. Ousseynou Nakoulima, Director, Western Europe, IFCA
  • Danish business perspective by Tine Bremholm Kokfelt, Head of Project & Export Finance FLSmidth

10.25-10.40: Overview of IFC and opportunities for cooperation focusing on Renewables by Ms. Sadia Sajjad, Country Manager for Denmark, IFC and Ignacio De Calonje, Chief Investment Officer, Global Energy and Mining, IFC

10.40-11.10: Discussion

11.10-11.20: Green Buildings and Cities – IFC’s EDGE and APEX, planning app for Cities by Prashant Kapoor, Chief Industry Specialist, Green Buildings and Smart Climate Cities, IFC

11.20-11.25: Q&A

11.25-11.30: Concluding remarks by Ambassador Rasmus Abildgaard Kristensen, Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs

After the Meeting
IFC team will be available for bilateral conversations with companies from 11.30-12.15pm. To request bilateral meetings please contact Ms. Silvia Irisarri

About the International Finance Corporation (IFC)
IFC, member of the World Bank Group, is the largest global development institution focused on the private sector in developing countries. It applies its financial resources, technical expertise, global experience, and innovative thinking to help its clients and partners overcome financial, operational, and other challenges. IFC is also a leading mobilizer of third-party re-sources for projects. In FY20, IFC invested $22 billion, including $10.8 billion mobilized from other investors, in 282 projects across all sectors.

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