Kari Alanko

Development Policy Adviser at Ministry For Foreign Affairs of Finland

Kari Alanko

Kari Alanko

Development Policy Adviser at Ministry For Foreign Affairs of Finland

Biography

Deputy Director General
Ministry for Foreign Affairs

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47

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1

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Deputy Director General, Department for Development Policy at Ministry For Foreign Affairs of Finland

Relationship likelihood: Strong

Member, Board of Directors at Teollisen yhteistyön rahasto Oy

Relationship likelihood: Strong

Member, Supervisory Board at Keskinäinen työeläkevakuutusyhtiö Varma

Relationship likelihood: Strong

Partner at Sagacitas Finance Partners Oy Ltd.

Relationship likelihood: Strong

Member, Board of Directors at Teollisen yhteistyön rahasto Oy

Relationship likelihood: Strong

Vice President & Head of Underwriting at Finnvera Oyj

Relationship likelihood: Strong

Managing Director at Nordic Investments Oy

Relationship likelihood: Strong

Former Prime Minister of Finland

Relationship likelihood: Strong

Former President of Finland

Relationship likelihood: Strong

Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer at Teollisen yhteistyön rahasto Oy

Relationship likelihood: Average

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Kari Alanko
Development Policy Adviser at Ministry For Foreign Affairs of Finland
Career History
Development Policy Adviser
1985 - Current
Ambassador
2007 - Prior
Boards & Committees
Vice Chair, Board of Directors
Current

Finnfund invests primarily in medium-sized companies in developing countries and in transition economies. They invest in countries such as India, China, Vietnam, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Indonesia, Nicaragua, Uruguay, Honduras, South Africa, Namibia, Kenya, Nigeria, Mozambique, Tanzania, Sudan, Turkey, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ukraine and Russia. They focus on countries, sectors and projects in which they perceive their investment will have the greatest development impact. Most of their funding is allocated to low-income and lower middle income countries. In low-income countries they engage in infrastructure investments and microfinance, either directly or indirectly.Finnfund favors projects involving Finnish know-how in sectors such as forestry, agribusiness, telecommunications, services, manufacturing, clean technology, renewable energy and energy conservation. The agency also finances projects undertaken by local companies with Finnish involvement in the areas of supplying technology, long-term collaboration and market access. They avoid investing in projects related to arms, gambling, pornography, alcohol, tobacco, child labor and human exploitation, wildlife commerce, hazardous chemicals including fissile material, or processes harmful for the environment.Finnfund invests in the form of equity capital, mezzanine financing or long-term investment loans. They do not extend soft loans. They acquire minority interests in projects managed by an industrial sponsor, typically a Finnish company. They also invest through local intermediaries such as country-focused private equity funds.

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