MIGA currently provides political risk insurance for about $2.1 billion in investments by Japanese firms in infrastructure, energy and manufacturing across the world, including Turkey, Panama, Ghana, South Africa, Zambia, Indonesia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Pakistan and Vietnam.
As a member of the World Bank Group, MIGA is focused on delivering development impact by helping mobilize private capital in host countries. Projects financed by Japanese investors and lenders that MIGA is working with are expected to provide 3.6 million people with access to power, almost 8 million people with improved telecommunications services, and 10.3 million people with healthcare services.
“MIGA has been steadily increasing its support for Japanese private investors over the last five years, providing guarantees amounting to $2.1 billion for projects in developing countries,” said Keiko Honda, CEO and Executive Vice President of MIGA. “I look forward to even more in the future.”
In addition to private investors, MIGA collaborates regularly on projects around the world with export credit agency NEXI and the Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC).
Watch the following video to learn more about MIGA's invaluable and enduring partnership with Japanese investors: