Agnes Dasewicz, Chief Operating Officer, DFC, will speak at the FIT for Ukraine: Annual Meeting

The U.S. International Development Finance Corporation (DFC) is helping the government of Ukraine attract public and private investments to rebuild the country.

In January of this year, DFC announced its readiness to mobilize more than USD 1 bln to support Ukraine’s economy. Normally, DFC exclusively supports U.S. investors who invest in countries worldwide. However, in the case of Ukraine, DFC has made an exception and is prepared to issue loans even if there is no American investor represented in Ukrainian businesses.

To provide support, DFC will employ several instruments, including:

– direct lending;
– risk coverage;
– war risk coverage.

DFC has recently approved five new projects in Ukraine, totaling more than USD 380 mln, to support food security, small businesses, healthcare, and international trade

FIT for Ukraine: Annual Meeting will take place on November 15 in Warsaw, Poland. 

The forum will bring together government and business representatives to discuss Ukraine’s investment achievements in 2023 and outline plans for the coming year. The event is organized within the framework of the largest international exhibition on the reconstruction of Ukraine ReBuild Ukraine. 

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The Forum on Investments and Transformation for Ukraine is a series of investment forums for businesses interested in rebuilding Ukraine. In 2023, more than 7,000 people from 65 countries attended FIT for Ukraine events.

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