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Photo: Four DFI executive directors speak at OPIC

Four U.S. Executive Directors of the key international development institutions spoke with OPIC staff in January, 2012, about the opportunities and challenges of their work. The Executive Directors act as liaisons between the U.S. government and the governing bodies of these development banks.

Picture of Meg Lundsager, International Monetary Fund; Ambassador Robert “Skipp” Orr, Asian Development Bank; Ian Solomon, World Bank; and Gustavo Arnavat, Inter-American Development Bank.

From left, Meg Lundsager, International Monetary Fund; Ambassador Robert “Skipp” Orr, Asian Development Bank; Ian Solomon, World Bank; and Gustavo Arnavat, Inter-American Development Bank.


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