The International Finance Corporation (IFC) has made changes and additions to its global trade and supply chain solutions team.

Bonnie Galat will relocate from Washington to Paris on September 1, 2012, becoming the first member of the trade team to join the French office. She remains head of trade business development and relationship management with global financial institutions.

Sabrina Borlini has moved from Brussels to Washington to become manager of business development. She will be responsible for global business development strategy and execution across all trade and supply chain products.

Hyung Ahn has been named manager of trade products. In this new Washington-based position, he will have global responsibility for product development and execution in trade and supply chain.

Scott Stevenson, operating out of Istanbul, remains senior program manager for the IFC’s global trade finance programme and for trade and supply chain advisory services.

“These changes and additions to our management team reflect the growth and expansion of our trade and supply chain product offerings. We believe this new structure will enhance our ability to innovate and be more responsive to the needs of our bank partners while furthering the growth of the private sector in developing countries,” says Georgina Baker, director of global trade and supply chain solutions at the IFC.