Cristian Nacu

People Cristian Nacu

IFC - International Finance Corporation
Senior Country Officer, Romania

Born and educated in Romania, with almost 25 years of experience in private equity, investment banking and privatization, Cristian Nacu is one of the most experienced and respected investment managers and professionals in the region. Since March 2018, he is a Senior Country Officer for Romania of the International Finance Corporation (IFC), an institution of the World Bank Group, returning to the IFC after 13 years. Previously, between 1999 and 2005, Cristian Nacu worked at IFC as an Investment Officer. For 12 years, between 2005 and 2017, he was a Partner at Enterprise Investors (EI), one of the largest and oldest private equity firms in Central and Eastern Europe and led the EI Office in Romania. During the last two years of this period, he was a senior advisor to the company's president. Enterprise Investors was one of the most active and successful private equity investors in Central and Eastern Europe. Also, Cristian Nacu was and is very active in non-profit activities. Currently, he is a member of the board of directors of Junior Achievement Romania, one of the largest entrepreneurship education organizations in the world, and he is a member of the Board of the Romanian American Foundation.

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