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IFC

Abbreviation for interferential current.

interferential current

(ĭn″tĕr-fĕ-rĕn′shăl),

IFC

A form of electrotherapy in which a current having specific properties is used to alleviate pain or facilitate healing in deep body tissues. The current used in IFC is produced by the interference of two medium-frequency (kiloHertz) sinusoidal alternating currents of slightly different frequencies. The nature of this interference creates an amplitude-modulated current that can be adjusted to produce various physiological effects.
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IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, has invested 40 million in mortgage covered bonds issued by the National Bank of Greece (NBG), supporting NGB in regaining access to international capital markets and boosting investor confidence in the Greek economy.
With over 60 years of working with the private sector, IFC offers long-term financing, sector expertise, and an established track record in developing infrastructure projects in Asia and Africa.
Jingdong Hua, IFCs Vice President and Treasurer, said: This agreement with the Africa Finance Corporation marks the addition of another important partner to our network of MCA signatories, said.
IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, is investing $150 million in Turkish Lira equivalent in covered bonds issued by Turkeys Yap?
With IFCs support, we are helping more Nicaraguans follow their dreams whether that means growing a business or becoming a homeowner for the first time, said Mr.
This historic trust in IFCs to make sure investment strategies are performing to their full potential is well-placed when times are good or, as is the case today, when shadows of macroeconomic uncertainty appear in the shape of low oil prices, fiscal imbalances and unpredictable global market conditions.
With a growing amount of capital flowing across borders, the report concluded that IFCs provide investors with essential services that facilitate FDI, attracting, pooling and directing flows of FDI between source and destination jurisdictions, increasing the global volume of and returns on FDI.
The success of high quality IFCs, including Jersey, in supporting the wealth management needs of investors is rooted in the appeal of the range of structures IFCs offer, as well as their flexible approach, good understanding of succession planning and control concerns, and ability to demonstrate robust regulatory and legislative frameworks.
The result is that investors in the Middle East have frequently looked to harness the strengths of IFCs to manage and protect their wealth, and the indications are that this is a trend and a mutually beneficial relationship that will continue.
IFCs investment is expected to help HBL launch programs to increase the number of women depositors and lending to agricultural and rural borrowers.
She also mapped out the future of financial centres in a local and global context in terms of the new challenges facing IFCs, the drivers behind the changing balance of power between IFCs, and drivers of competitiveness of IFCs.
Therefore, for simplicity, it is acronymized as IFCS in the following discussion.