IDB, CCAA to hold International Forum on Caribbean Investment & Development

WASHINGTON, DC – The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the Caribbean Central American Action (CCAA) will be hosting the ” International Forum on Caribbean Investment and Development ,” (IFCID). This event will provide a platform for representatives of the public and private sectors and non-governmental organizations to address issues of trade and access to finance for doing business in the Caribbean.

The event, a comprehensive conference on business and economic development in the Caribbean, will take place at the IDB’s Enrique V. Iglesias Conference Center in Washington, D.C., 1330 New York Ave, N.W., on June 9 and 10.

Among the highlights of the two-day event: The Honorable Bruce Golding, Prime Minister of Jamaica; investor & philanthropist Michael Lee-Chin of Portland Private Equity; Luis Alberto Moreno, President of the Inter-American Development Bank; and Dr. W. Warren Smith, President of the Caribbean Development Bank.

Special sessions will feature new developments in investing and financing, including a panel on Impact Investment, and a presentation on ” Compete Caribbean,” a joint initiative of the IDB, the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), and the United Kingdom’s Department of International Development (DFID), to support private sector development and competitiveness in 15 Caribbean countries.

A half-day event on June 10th will focus on issues specific to economic redevelopment and investment in Haiti.

This event has become a focal point for the public and private sector representatives interested in being a part of a unique and comprehensive discussion on trending issues in trade, investment, and financing in the countries of the Caribbean.

The event will include a matchmaking component that will bring together participants for meetings with policy and/or business leaders. There will also be opportunities to meet with banking and financial institutions to have direct discussions on financing options in the Caribbean.

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