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Iftin Fatah

Iftin Fatah
Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC)

Iftin Fatah is an investment officer at the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) and a financial and private sector development specialist with extensive experience in monitoring and structuring innovative transactions in emerging markets, including debt and loan guarantees. Fatah monitors a global portfolio of investments and donor-funded programs which OPIC maintains through financial intermediation with banks, non-bank financial institutions, and MFIs. Fatah’s work at OPIC has focused on supporting public-private initiatives to drive financial inclusion.

Prior to joining OPIC, Fatah was a Program Financial Analyst at the U.S. Department of Defense examining program build operations and leading various cost-benefit analysis and business process-reengineering studies. She created a feasibility assessment study to determine financial impact of various programs and ran a statistical analysis of data using lean six sigma methodologies to improve agency processes.  Outside of work, Fatah mentors elementary students in Washington, DC, through Everybody Wins! DC, a nonprofit organization devoted to promoting children’s literacy.

Fatah graduated from George Mason University with a bachelor’s in finance and a master’s in international commerce & policy from the Schar School of Policy & Government. Fatah is currently enrolled in the global master of arts program in international relations from the Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy at Tuft’s University.

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