Investment (IFC)

Job Description

The International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, is the largest global development institution focused on the private sector. IFC finances investments, mobilizes capital in international financial markets, facilitates trade, helps clients improve social and environmental sustainability, and provides technical assistance and advisory services. In FY14, IFC invested $17.2 billion for our own account in about 600 projects and mobilized more than $5 billion to support the private sector in developing countries. Investment Officers and Investment Analysts are responsible for identifying, structuring, closing and monitoring IFC’s loans and investments, and managing relationships with clients.

Selection Criteria

Demonstrated experience in finance/investment, including investment banking, project finance, private equity, corporate finance, portfolio management or financial consulting.

Senior Investment Officer – at least 8 years of relevant experience

Associate Investment Officer/Investment Officer – at least 5 years of relevant experience

Investment Analyst – 2-4 years of relevant experience

  • MBA, Master’s in Finance, or similar degree for officer level. Bachelor’s degree for analyst level.
  • Strong credit assessment and investment structuring skills, financial modeling/analysis, knowledge of relevant industry sector trends, sound business judgment and problem solving and negotiation skills, ability to develop new business and manage relationships with clients, and willingness to travel extensively; geographic flexibility preferred.