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Development Partner Roundtable on Sustainable Sanitation in Asia
20 September 2018
Tokyo

Development Partner Presentation

IFC’s experience in Water & Wastewater Projects
By
Sachi Nakayama
Senior Investment Officer, International Finance Corporation – World Bank Group
Ongoing/ planned initiatives / achievements (using the categories for SDG 6 report)
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• IFC committed $1.432 billion and mobilized $392 million in 55 projects in water and wastewater projects globally over
the last 10 years.
• In 2017, 21.8 million people were distributed water through IFC’s financing projects in emerging markets.

IFC’s financing in Water & Wastewater projects: by country and product

Loan / Quasi-Loan

Equity / Quasi-Equity

Committed (incl. mobilized) ($M)

Number of Investments (count)
B Loan / Mobilization
Leadership/Enabling Factors/Institutional arrangements at the national/ subnational level for sanitation
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IFC participates along the entire project cycle with a range of tools & expertise

We apply our financial
resources, technical
expertise, global
experience, and
innovative thinking to
help our partners
overcome financial,
operational, and
political challenges.

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Leadership/Enabling Factors/Institutional arrangements at the national/ subnational level for sanitation
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IFC provides financing for
Water & Wastewater projects
across water Value Chain
Financing/Business models for sustainable sanitation
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IFC’S Product Range In Investment Services

Loans • Project and Corporate Financing
• On-lending through intermediary institutions

Equity • Direct equity investments (up to 20% of company’s equity)
• Private equity funds

Trade Finance • Guarantee of trade-related payment obligations of approved
financial institutions
Syndications • Capital mobilization to serve developmental needs
• Over 60 co-financiers: commercial banks, fund, and DFIs
Derivatives & • Interest rate, Currency, or Commodity-price hedges provided to clients
Structured Finance • Credit guarantees and Structuring Advice
Blended Finance • Concessional funds are blended with IFC’s own resources to finance
initiatives & achieve impact that would otherwise be unattainable

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Innovation towards scaling sanitation to 80% by 2030, to achieve in SDG Target 6.2

IFC and Izmir: Cities Engagement
• Izmir is the 3rd largest metropolitan city in Turkey with other 4m inhabitants. It is located on the Aegean coast and is a
tourism hub.
• The city has a diversified local economy as well as a strong socio –economic profile with GDPPC 30% above national
average and 8% of national GNP, 10% tax receipts & 6% of country export.
• The priority investment needs of the city are urban transport, wastewater and waste management.
• Since 2010 IFC has supported the city through direct financing, mobilization, advisory services and by
supporting private sector projects that address municipal needs.

April
June June April March May July December June August December

2010 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016

IZSU IZSU IZSU
Traffic & Sea Trans- Astra Izmir Izmir Electric
TCE Ege Waste- Tramway Hexagon Sewer- impact
Emergency port Dorms Railcars Waste Buses
water age study

Loan + Loan +
Loan Loan Mobilization Loan Equity Loan + equity Loan Advice Advice Advice
mobilization mobilization

$20 $59 $68 $36 $10 $167 $70 $58 $12
million million million million million million million million million

Port Traffic New Treatment New New Waste- New New Envi. and Support Analysis
expan- management ferry plant dormi- tramway to- metro sewer- social of waste of electric
sion and new boats expansion tory lines fertilizer cars age lines impacts project buses
ambulances rooms of sewers

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