Investing in the African renaissance
Chris Goss - IFC

About Chris Goss

Christopher Goss is a consultant to the IFC (International Finance Corporation), the private sector arm of the World Bank Group. Chris plays a lead role in the $4bn project financing for Ivanhoe Mines, Oyu Tolgoi in Mongolia. He is also on the board of Triple Plate Junction.

From 2006, Chris led IFC's business development for mining and oil and gas from London. Chris previously led IFC mining transactions in Africa, Russia, Central Asia and Latin America. He was earlier with IFC's Global Advisory Group, focusing on Emerging Europe. Prior to IFC, Chris was an Assistant Director in the Commonwealth Secretariat, advising African Governments in natural resource policy and negotiations. He also worked with the UK Department of Energy on North Sea Oil and with the UNDP. He has a MA in Development Economics from the University of Sussex and a BA in Economics from Cambridge University.