OPIC and CDC are among the largest bilateral development finance institutions (DFIs). They are designed to use their funds to attract more private capital into developing markets through, for example, lending or insuring projects against political risk. CEOs Elizabeth Littlefield and Diana Noble discuss why the DFIs' business model is successful and how their institutions can do more.
Rajesh Mirchandani, CGD vice president of communications and policy outreach, interviews development experts in this weekly podcast. The blog offers a short text summary.