The International Finance Bank (IFB) is a financial institution based in Miami, Florida. It provides a wide range of services to individuals and businesses, including business banking, structured finance, and real estate loans. It is also involved in several community organizations and is LEED-certified to help preserve the environment.
The bank serves a 50:50 mix of domestic and international clients. Its growth is primarily driven by global macroeconomic events, but it is also committed to the domestic market. For over 36 years, the International Finance Bank has served South Florida residents with a blend of domestic and international banking solutions. The bank’s success is attributed to the personalized attention it offers each client. Its CEO, Jose E. Cueto, became the youngest banking CEO in the country at age 45 and has earned respect in the banking industry. His efforts have also earned him community support and recognition, including the 2018 Rising Star Award from the Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce.
The IFC is owned by member governments, which provide the IFC with its own staff and executive leadership. These governments provide paid-in capital to IFC and have a say in its management. The bank is part of the World Bank Group and has offices in Washington, D.C.