Within Treasury, the capital markets, investments & financial products department (CMI) is responsible for managing annual funding programs for IBRD (approx. $40-50 billion) and IDA (approx. $5-10 billion) and building sustainable capital markets, managing liquid asset portfolios for IBRD and IDA, and the asset and liability management aimed at reducing risk on IBRD and IDA’s balance sheets. CMI also advises clients on loans and risk management products, and structures financial products for development. CMI places strong emphasis on achieving the best possible financial terms within prudent market, liquidity, credit, operational and reputational risk parameters. CMI is comprised of six teams carrying out these responsibilities. The working environment is fast-paced and dynamic, as the teams regularly deal with new ideas, projects and challenges.
Duties and Responsibilities:
The Financial Analyst will be a member of Investor Relations & Sustainable Finance team with roles and responsibilities outlined below:
Data Management, Analysis, and Research:
Communicate World Bank’s Funding and Development Activities: