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  • 1. Title of Presentation Subtitle Date Client Logo
  • 2. Presentation to Client
    • IFC at a Glance
    • IFC’s Global Reach
    • IFC in Europe, Central Asia, and North Africa
    • IFC’s Products and Services
    • Summary of IFC’s Proposed Transaction Terms
    • Examples of Successful Relationships
    • Next Steps
    Agenda
  • 3. IFC at a Glance
  • 4. IFC’s Global Reach IFC has more than 100 country and regional advisory services offices. Washington, D.C . Rio de Janeiro Johannesburg Cairo Istanbul Paris Moscow New Delhi Hong Kong Headquarters, Washington, D.C. IFC Regional Hubs
  • 5. IFC in Europe, Central Asia, and North Africa Presentation Title IFC Hubs IFC Country Offices Moscow Minsk Kiev Warsaw London Frankfurt Zagreb Belgrade Bucharest Sofia Tirana Istanbul Tbilisi Yerevan Baku Dushanbe Bishkek Almaty Rabat Algiers Cairo Jerusalem Dubai Tashkent Kabul Islamadad Karachi Sana’a Paris Brussels Beirut Amman ATLANTIC OCEAN Mediterranean Sea Black Sea Red Sea Caspian Sea Aral Sea Barents Sea North Sea
  • 6. IFC in Eastern Europe and Russia Presentation Title IFC Hubs IFC Country Offices Istanbul St. Petersburg Tirana Zagreb Sarajevo Moscow Prague Warsaw Bratislava Budapest Belgrade Sofia Skopje Bucharest Odessa Nikolaev Vinnytsia L’viv Kiev Minsk T’bilisi Yerevan Baku Atyrau Yekaterinburg Khodjand Dushanbe Kabul Tashkent Bishkek Almaty Nizhny Novgorod
  • 7. IFC in Latin America Presentation Title Caribbean Sea IFC Hubs IFC Country Offices Rio de Janeiro Beunos Aires La Paz Lima Bogota Port-of-Spain Santo Domingo Managua Mexico City São Paulo ATLANTIC OCEAN Gulf of Mexico PACIFIC OCEAN ATLANTIC OCEAN
  • 8. IFC in Asia and the Pacific Presentation Title IFC Hubs IFC Country Offices PACIFIC OCEAN INDIAN OCEAN Ulaanbaatar Almaty Bishkek Tashkent Khodjand Dushanbe Kabul Islamabad Karachi New Delhi Mumbai Colombo Chennai Beijing Tokyo Chengdu Guwahati Dhaka Hanoi Vientiane Ho Chi Minh City Phnom Penh Bangkok Hong Kong Manila Davao City Banda Aceh Jakarta Makassar Dili Port Moresby Sydney Denpasar
  • 9. IFC in Sub-Saharan Africa Presentation Title IFC Hubs IFC Country Offices Cape Town Johannesburg Maputo Antananarivo Lusaka Dar es Saleem Nairobi Kigali Douala N’Djamena Lagos Accra Ouagadougou Abidjan Dakar Cairo Amman Jerusalem Beirut Algiers Rabat Sana’a Dubai ATLANTIC OCEAN Mediterranean Sea INDIAN OCEAN Red Sea
  • 10. IFC Headquarters and Country Offices
    • Headquarters 2121 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20433 USA Tel: (202) 473-3800 Fax: (202) 974-4384
    • Western Europe IFC Paris 66, avenue d’Iena 75116 Paris, France Tel: (33-1) 4069-3060 Fax: (33-1) 4720-7771
    • Sub-Saharan Africa 14 Fricker Road Illovo 2196 Johannesburg South Africa Tel: (27-11) 731-3000 Fax: (27-11) 325-0582
    Southern Europe and Central Asia Buyukdere Cad. No: 185 Kanyon Ofis Blogu Kat 10, Levent, 34394 Istanbul, Turkey Tel: (90-212) 385-3000 Fax: (90-212) 385-3001 Middle East and North Africa Nile City Towers 2005 Corniche El Nil, North Tower, 24 th Floor Boulac, Cairo, Egypt Tel: (20-2) 2461-9161/65 Fax: (20-2) 2461-9130/60 Central and Eastern Europe 36, Bldg. 1 Bolshaya Molchanovka Street, 3 rd Floor Moscow 121069, Russian Federation Tel: (7-495) 411-7555 Fax: (7-495) 411-7556 East Asia and the Pacific Suite 7903, Two International Finance Centre 8 Finance Street, Central Hong Kong Tel: (852) 2509 8100 Fax: (852) 2509 9363 South Asia 50 – M, Shanti Path, Gate No. 3 Niti Marg, Chanakyapuri New Delhi 1 10 021 India Tel: (91-11) 4111-1000 Fax: (91-11) 4111-1001/02 Latin America and the Caribbean Rua Redentor, 14-Ipanema Rio de Janeiro 22421-030 Brazil Tel: (5521) 2525-5850 Fax: (5521) 2525-5879
  • 11. Contact Information
    • IFC Paris 66, avenue d’Iena 75116 Paris, France
    Wolfgang Bertelsmeier Special Representative Europe Telephone: (331) 40 69 30 60 E-mail: [email_address] Paula Alayo Investment Officer Telephone: (331) 40 69 33 64 E-mail: [email_address] INSERT PHOTO HERE Jean-Marie Masse Head of Business Development, Financial Institutions Telephone: (331) 40 69 33 69 E-mail: [email_address] INSERT PHOTO HERE INSERT PHOTO HERE
  • 12. IFC’s Products and Services Senior Debt Global Trade Finance Program Structured Finance Mezzanine Finance Private Equity
    • On-lending
    • Liquidity management
    • Acquisition financing
    • Warehousing facilities
    • Syndicated loans
    • Partial credit guarantees
    • Securitization
    • Bond underwriting
    • Convertible debt
    • Subordinated debt
    • Other Tier II instruments
    • Common shares
    • Preferred shares
    • $1 billion program
    • Guarantees to issuing banks
    • 46 issuing banks in 24 countries
    • 92 confirming banks in 62 countries
    • $579 million of issued guarantees in first 12 months
    Advisory Services
    • Corporate governance
    • Risk management
    • Small and medium business banking
    • Housing finance
    • Energy efficiency finance
    Sustainable Finance
    • Carbon finance
    • Renewable energy
    • Supply chain financing
    • Corporate governance financing
  • 13. Summary of IFC’s Proposed Transaction Terms Subtitle
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  • 14. Disclaimer: This summary has been prepared to facilitate the discussion of certain basic terms and conditions of IFC’s proposal. All figures, terms, and conditions are subject to change. Only the legal documents as finally executed will contain binding terms and conditions. The summary of indicative terms does not constitute a contract or an offer or a commitment by IFC. IFC’s decision to invest in the project is contigent on approval by IFC’s management and Board of Directors and execution of final documentation in form and substance satisfactory to IFC.
  • 15. Successful Relationship: Example 1 Russian Standard Bank
    • November 2001: Partial credit guarantee on 500 million ruble bond issue
    • December 2002: Partial credit guarantee on 300 million ruble veksel issue
    • February 2003: Equity investment of $10 million for 6.42%
    • December 2003: Ruble-linked loan of $40 million
    • December 2004: Ruble-linked loan of $20 million
    • December 2005: $100 million syndicated A/B loan
    • April 2006: Credit enhancement of €300 million securitization of consumer loans
    • November 2006: Credit enhancement of €220 million securitization of car loans
    • November 2006: Credit enhancement of €220 million securitization of car loans
    During the time of IFC’s involvement, RSB’s assets increased 78 times, and capital markets funding increased from 0 in mid-2001 to $3.2 billion in mid-2006.
  • 16. Next Steps
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  • 17. Structured Finance
    • Partial credit guaranteees allow IFC to use its triple-A credit rating to help clients diversify their funding sources, extend maturities, and obtain financing in their currency of choice, including local currency.
    • Risk-sharing facilities allow clients to transfer credit risk to IFC from their own portfolio or from a new portfolio they originate. The assests typically remain on the clients’ balance sheet, and the risk transfer comes from a partial guarantee provided by IFC.
    • Securitizations help IFC’s clients obtain financing that would otherwise be unavailable or unsuitable to them because of perceived credit risk. This form of financing involves the pooling and actual sale of financial assets and issuance of securities that are repaid from the cash flows generated. Securitizations are commonly done for mortgages, credit cards, auto and consumer loans, corporate debt, and other assets with relatively predictable cash flows.
    IFC has developed products that provide clients with forms of cost-effective financing not otherwise available to them. Products include credit enhancement structures for bonds and loans through partial credit guarantees, risk-sharing facilities, and participations in securitizations:
  • 18. Local Currency Financing
    • To avoid risks from exchange-rate volatility, companies with revenues in local currency should generally borrow in the same currency. IFC loans are provided in major currencies and in an increasing number of emerging market currencies.
    • IFC can provide direct local currency financing through direct loans or swaps in over 30 countries.
    • IFC provides local currency debt financing in three ways:
      • Loans from IFC denominated in local currency
      • Risk management swaps that allow clients to hedge foreign currency−denominated liabilities back into local currency
      • Credit enhancement structures that allow clients to borrow in local currency from other sources
  • 19. Equity and Quasi-Equity
    • IFC operates on a commercial basis. It invests exclusively in for-profit projects and charges market rates for its products and services.
    • To ensure the participation of other private investors, IFC generally subscribes to between 5 percent and 15 percent of the equity in a project. It is never the largest shareholder and will normally not hold more than a 35 percent stake.
    • Through a long-term relationship as a shareholder, IFC brings its market and sector knowledge to the client and works with government entities to maximize development impact and the client’s corporate value.
    • IFC’s presence as a shareholder contributes to raising the client’s international reputation and reassures the stakeholders.
    • IFC risks its own capital and does not accept government guarantees. However, to meet national ownership requirements, IFC shareholdings can be treated as domestic capital or local shares.
    IFC takes equity stakes in private sector companies, including financial institutions and investment funds in developing and transition countries. IFC is a long-term investor. When the time comes to sell, IFC prefers to exit by selling its shares through the domestic stock market in a way that will benefit the enterprise, often in a public offering.
  • 20. IFC’s Project Cycle Early Review
    • Client needs determined
    • Contribution of project to development assessed
    • Project screened for potential problems
    • Site visit
    • Mandate letter
    Due Diligence Negotiation Disclosure Internal Approvals and Commitment Disbursement
    • Assessment of business potential, risks, opportunities
    • Evaluation of financial and economic soundness
    • Compliance with IFC’s social and environmental performance standards reviewed
    • Conditions of disbursement and covenants, performance and monitoring requirements, and action plan agreed
    • Environmental and social information disclosed
    • Opportunity for public comment
    • Board consideration
    • Board approval
    • Legal review
    • Signing of legal documents
    • Loan disbursed on agreed schedule, according to negotiated terms and conditions
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