Dan Vardi is a Principal Investment Officer at the International Finance Corporate (IFC), the private sector arm of the World Bank and the largest multilateral source of debt and equity financing for the private sector in developing countries.
As the Global Lead for Water and Sanitation, Dan overseas IFC’s global activities in W&S where IFC has invested $1.8bn in emerging markets in the past decade. As a leading investor in the water sector, with extensive experience in preparing, structuring, and financing complex projects in emerging markets, IFC works closely with private clients, public utilities, and development agencies, to support the development of water and wastewater infrastructure.
Dan joined IFC in 2008 and worked across various regions and sectors, including 8 years in Sub Saharan Africa where he led IFC investments worth more than $2bn in the power sector. He previously worked for the JPMorgan Investment Banking team (Utilities and Energy) in London.
Dan holds a masters degree in economics and business from La Sapienza University (Rome), as well as a masters degree in finance and political science from Sciences Po (Paris).
Wednesday 10th May, 11:00 – 12:30: The Future of SDG6 Finance