The International Financial Corporation has appointed Carlos Katsuya as the institution’s new Senior Manager for Angola, Botswana, Mozambique, and Zambia, succeeding Hector Gomez Ang who is moving on from Africa to assume the role of IFC’s Regional Director for South Asia. Katsuya, who has worked at the IFC since 2003, will be based in Luanda.
In his new role, Katsuya will lead the DFI’s efforts across the four countries to strengthen their private sectors, helping them recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, create jobs and opportunities, and build back their economies. His focus will be on helping these countries diversify their economies by promoting sustainable growth, bridging the infrastructure and connectivity gaps, promoting digital inclusion and solutions, and boosting agricultural productivity.
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