Microclinic technologies shortlisted by the Financial times and International Finance corporation Transformation Business Awards - London, June 12.

The Financial Times and IFC are delighted to announce the shortlists for the 2014 FT/IFC Transformational Business Awards.

Showcasing ground-breaking business initiatives that create long-term, transformative solutions to environmental, social and corporate governance challenges, the awards attracted 237 entries from 214 institutions in 61 countries.

The shortlisted nominees are as follows:

Achievement in Project Finance - Infrastructure
- Eco Management Korea, South Korea
- Standard Chartered Bank, UK
- TSKB (Industrial Development Bank of Turkey)
Achievement in Project Finance - Energy

- Abengoa/Industrial Development Corporation, Spain/South Africa
- AES Gener Alto Maipo/Banco Itaú, Chile/Brazil
- CLP Wind Farms/CLP India Private, India
- FBN Capital, Nigeria
- K-Electric, Pakistan
Achievement in Project Finance - Food & Water
- Axzon, Poland
- United Water Corporation/United Water (Suqian), UK/China
- YES Bank, India
Achievement in Project Finance - Health
- Colalife/Johnson & Johnson, UK/US
- Operation ASHA, India
- Sida (with USAID, Norway, DfID, CIFF, CHAI, and The Gates Foundation), Sweden/Norway/UK/US
Achievement in Project Finance - Construction & Affordable Housing
- CEMEX - Patrimonio Hoy, Mexico
- Rapid Building Systems, Australia
- Select Financial Services Malawi
Achievement in Information and Communications Technology
- Bima, Sweden
- MicroClinic Technologies/Angelica Medical Supplies/ KEMSA, Kenya
- PharmaSecure, US
- Roshan, Afghanistan
- Santander Brasil, Brazil
Achievement in Transformational Finance
- Alipay, China
- Aviva Investors, UK
- Bank of America Merrill Lynch/Citigroup/Credit Agricole/ JPMorgan Chase, US/UK/France
- BlueOrchard Finance, Switzerland
- Frontier Markets Fund Managers, Pakistan
- JPMorgan Chase/Lion’s Head Global Partners, US/UK
- Toronto Atmospheric Fund, Canada
Achievement in Inclusive Business
- Agroindustrias Unidas de Mexico/ECOM Agroindustrial, Mexico/Switzerland
- Engro Foods Limited, Pakistan
- Fundacion Cardiovascular de Colombia
- Jain Irrigation Systems, India
- Procafecol - Juan Valdez Café, Colombia
- Promigas, Colombia
- Shanghai F-Road Commercial Services, China

source: Financial times


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