The International Finance Corporation (IFC) Sectors classification is derived from and currently bears its resemblance to NAICS, whose six-digit hierarchical structure allows broad coding flexibility for the private sector, classifying economic activity into twenty industry sectors. As Wendy pointed out, it is available as open data and XLS format. For IFC, the NAICS codelist most closely resembles the internal vocabulary of our industry sectors, one that has been honed through six decades of diverse development finance activities in the private sector. Other IFI/DFIs could find the codelist useful in mapping their private sector operations, as well. We found we were able to map to a more detailed level using the NAICS compared to the umbrella private sector codes within the DAC.