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Inter-American Investment Corporation

Headquarters: 1350 New York Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20577

202-623-3901
http://www.iic.org/en

CHAIR, BOARD OF EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS Luis A. Moreno
Chief Executive Officer James P. Scriven
http://www.iic.org/en/who-we-are/structure-and-management#.WYiXZOauhs0

The above list of key personnel was updated 09–2017.

The above list of key personnel was updated 09–2017.

The Inter-American Development Bank promotes development in Latin America and the Caribbean through the private sector.

The Inter-American Investment Corporation (IIC), an affiliate of the Inter-American Development Bank based in Washington, DC, was established in 1985 to promote the economic development of its Latin American and Caribbean members by financing small- and medium-size private enterprises. The IIC provides project financing in the form of direct loans and equity investments, lines of credit to local financial intermediaries, and investments in local and regional investment funds.

http://www.iic.org/en/who-we-are/about-us#.WGLh5H0rLIU

The IIC has 45 member countries, of which 28 are in the Western Hemisphere, including Canada and the United States, and 17 are outside the region.

http://www.iic.org/en/what-we-offer#.VumT0H0rLIU

Sources of Information

Career Opportunities

The ICC relies on talent and experience to carry out its mission. It recruits, hires, and maintains a staff of diverse, motivated, and qualified professionals with expertise, leadership potential, and strong interpersonal and teamwork skills. Current job opportunities are posted online.

http://www.iic.org/en/about-us/careers

History

A three-part history, from 1985 to 1999, from 2000 to 2012, and from 2013 to the present, is available on the IIC's Web site.

http://www.iic.org/en/who-we-are/our-history-timeline#.WD9-D30rLIV

Key Initiatives

The IIC's Web site features a section on its most important initiatives.

http://www.iic.org/en/initiatives

Library

The IIC's Web site features a photo library.

http://www.iic.org/en/media/photo-library#.WD94730rLIU

Member Countries

The IIC Web site features two lists of member countries: regional members and other members. An interactive map complements the two lists.

http://www.iic.org/en/countries

News

The IIC posts news items on its Web site.

Projects

IIC projects may be searched by country or year.

http://www.iic.org/en/projects

Publications

Brochures, factsheets, and reports—some in English and Spanish, some also in French and Portuguese—are available online.

http://www.iic.org/en/media/publications#.VumPI30rLIU

Transaction Cycle

A description of the five stages of a successful IIC transaction—business origination, eligibility review, due diligence and approval, closing and disbursement, and supervision and evaluation—is available online.

http://www.iic.org/en/what-we-offer/transaction-cycle#.WD9_p30rLIU

Social Media

The IIC tweets announcements and other newsworthy items in Spanish on Twitter.

https://twitter.com/GrupoBID_CII

The IIC has a Facebook account.

https://www.facebook.com/CIIGrupoBID

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