Senior Manager for Infrastructure in Latin America and the Caribbean, International Finance Corporation
Gabriel Goldschmidt is IFC’s Head for Infrastructure in Latin America and the Caribbean. He oversees IFC’s strategy and investments in the infrastructure sector in this region, including ports, logistics, power, water. Goldschmidt coordinates a decentralized team based in nine countries across the region and in Washington, D.C. IFC investments in infrastructure represent more than 40% of IFC’s total operations in the region.
Goldschmidt joined IFC in 1993 initially focusing on global infrastructure. Since 2007, he has been expanding IFC’s support to infrastructure projects in Latin America and the Caribbean, first based in Brazil, and since 2010 in Washington, D.C. He is a member of the IFC global infrastructure and natural resources management team.
Prior to joining IFC, Goldschmidt was Deputy Treasurer at Banque La Henin, a real estate specialized bank in Paris, France. Mr. Goldschmidt, a national from Argentina, holds a CPA from the University of Buenos Aires, a Masters in Economics from the University of Paris and an MBA from the Wharton School, at the University of Pennsylvania.