DFC CEO Scott Nathan Travels to Jamaica to Deepen Economic Relationship



KINGSTON – The U.S. International Development Finance Corporation (DFC) Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Scott Nathan traveled today to Kingston, Jamaica, where he met top government officials and private sector representatives to explore how DFC can expand its work in the country and deepen the partnership between the United States and Jamaica.  

CEO Nathan met with Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness and members of his cabinet, where he emphasized DFC’s commitment to advancing shared priorities, including in heavy infrastructure, manufacturing, food security, health care, and small business support. They also discussed investing in climate adaptability and energy security in line with the U.S.-Caribbean Partnership to Address the Climate Crisis 2030 (PACC 2030), which was announced by Vice President Harris at the Summit of the Americas in June 2022.

CEO Nathan also participated in a business roundtable to explore the potential investments in energy, health, manufacturing, and information and communications technology with Jamaica-based companies. He noted that DFC is working to open an office in the region to increase investment in private sector development in Jamaica and other partner countries across the Caribbean.


The U.S. International Development Finance Corporation (DFC) partners with the private sector to finance solutions to the most critical challenges facing the developing world today. We invest across sectors including energy, healthcare, infrastructure, agriculture, and small business and financial services. DFC investments adhere to high standards and respect the environment, human rights, and worker rights.