World Bank President Kim To Transition To Private Sector With Global Infrastructure Partners

Bloomberg: GIP Hires Kim as World Bank President Shifts to Private Role
“Jim Yong Kim, who abruptly resigned as president of the World Bank on Monday, is joining investment firm Global Infrastructure Partners next month. GIP, which focuses on projects in the energy, transport, water, and waste industries, invests in developed and select emerging countries, said Kim will become vice chairman and a partner on Feb. 1…” (Tan/Mayeda, 1/8).

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