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09 Oct 19

How does blended finance make difficult sectors investable?

Our Associate Director Safia Gulamani explains how blended finance instruments can improve risk-return profiles to attract capital to difficult sectors and under-served markets.

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Safia Gulamani

Safia Gulamani is an Associate Director on the Member Engagement team at Convergence. Prior to Convergence, Safia was a consultant at Arabella Advisors in the firm's Washington, DC and New York offices. At Arabella, Safia specialized in impact investing and worked with a range of clients including institutional, family, and corporate foundations to provide education on impact investing, source and structure deals, and conduct due diligence. Safia also brings international experience from roles held with Accion International, United Nations Capital Development Fund, and the Clinton Foundation to her work at Convergence. Safia began her career working at Matson Driscoll & Damico, an international forensic accounting firm in Toronto. She holds a master’s degree in public administration from New York University’s Robert F. Wagner’s Graduate School of Public Service and is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA, CA).

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