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The 2016-2017 Cohort

Our first IFC-MI Fellows have completed their semesters of coursework in Washington, D.C. at The George Washington University. This group is now applying their classroom knowledge and gaining practical experience from leading financial services institutions, venture capital and private equity firms, hedge funds and asset management companies and international financial institutions. These 4-month internships throughout the U.S. will conclude the first year of the Capital Markets Program. Read more about this exceptional group!

+ Why do we need capital markets in developing and emerging economies?

Local businesses need access to financing to grow, households need additional outlets for savings, and capital markets strengthen the overall macroeconomic environment while making large-scale investments possible in critical areas such as infrastructure.

+ What is one of the biggest obstacles to advancing capital-market development?

Robust capital markets require sufficient human capital in critical roles, such as legislators, regulators, public-sector managers, and other policymakers, as well as market intermediaries and other private-sector actors. In many countries, insufficient human capital in these areas remains the biggest obstacle to further capital-market development.

+ How can the human capital gap be addressed?

To meet this need, IFC and the Milken Institute have partnered with The George Washington University to build a deep network of trained capital-market experts, equipped with the analytical tools and real-world experience to support capital-market development and economic growth in their home countries and across borders.


Tackle the complexity of today's capital markets
Gain cutting-edge analytical and statistical tools through tailored classroom learning at The George Washington University

Bridge the gap between theory and practice
Learn from decades of private investment in developing and emerging economies through analysis of IFC's proprietary case studies

Enhance responsiveness of policy to private-sector needs
Gain hands-on placement experience and private-sector insights from the Milken Institute's wide network of collaborators

Use capital markets for the development of your region
Join a lasting cohort of capital-market leaders who can make a difference across country borders