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Chief Investment Officer of International Finance Corporation (IFC), World Bank Group
Fabiana Feld is Chief Investment Officer at the International Finance Corporation (IFC), the private sector arm of the World Bank Group. Ms. Feld has a 26-year career in impact investing, corporate finance, development economics and social entrepreneurship, responsible for originating, structuring, negotiating and supervising financings and advisory services with key multinational clients investing in emerging markets. She has been extending equity, mezzanine and debt financing in tourism, hotel and related services, retail, banks and infrastructure sectors. She joined the IFC through the World Bank Young Professionals Program. Previously, Ms. Feld was a management consultant with Booz-Allen & Hamilton, involved in strategy and operations engagements in consumer products, hospitality, industrial, healthcare and technology industries. Ms. Feld received a Master’s degree from Harvard University and a Master of Arts in Economics from the Catholic University in Argentina. She is a Fulbright Scholar and a teaching assistant at Stanford Graduate Business School Executive Program and Instituto de Empresa in Spain.
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Mon, Oct 14, 09:00AM - 12:15PM

Keynote Speech: Potential and Opportunities of Global Tourism Investment

SI: English & Putonghua

Despite the fact that global economic recovery has shown to be slow, and that the growth rate of investments in fixed assets has declined, global tourism investment has maintained rapid growth and is driving globalization. What are the latest trends in global tourism investment, and will it continue to grow in the future? What are the new investment opportunities with the developments in innovation and technology and emerging businesses in the tourism industry? What are investment organizations’ intentions with tourism projects?