Junaid Kamal Ahmed
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Teacher's Name:

Junid Kamal Ahmed

Birth information:

June 3, 1960 (63 years old)

Educational background:

Stanford University (1996), Harvard University, Brown University




Muselhudin Ahmed


Vice President of Operations, Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA)

Professional knowledge:

Infrastructure for social sustainability and inclusive public-private partnerships


Bangladesh's Junad Ahmad has been appointed as the India Country Director of the World Bank
Junaid Kamal Ahmed
Junaid Kamal Ahmed is the Vice President of Operations for the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA), which is the political risk insurance and credit enhancement agency of the World Bank Group (WBG). He is responsible for promoting and strengthening MIGA's brand collaboration with the World Bank Group, as well as with financial institutions, private investors, and development participants, to initiate and pursue meaningful and influential projects. Mr. Ahmed also leads the operational team of the institution, fulfilling MIGA's responsibilities by mobilizing private funds for development projects in emerging markets and developing economies (EMDE). Mr. Ahmed is from Bangladesh and has previously served as the Country Director of the World Bank in India. He joined the World Bank as a young professional in 1991, dedicated to infrastructure development in Africa and Eastern Europe. Afterwards, he held multiple management positions and led World Bank projects in different regions such as Africa, the Middle East and North Africa, and South Asia. Mr. Ahmed previously served as the Director of the Office of the World Bank Group and had previously served as a Special Assistant to the President. Mr. Ahmed worked at the World Bank for a period of time in Johannesburg and New Delhi, and became a core member of the World Development Report: Making Services Work for the Poor in 2004. Throughout his career, Mr. Ahmed has focused on the role of service delivery in building and utilizing national capabilities and markets to achieve economic and sustainable development goals. Mr. Ahmed's focus is on public finance and federalism, as well as urban government management in different national contexts, from fragile and conflict environments, low - and middle-income to large federations. In addition, he is committed to the infrastructure sector and public-private partnerships with municipal governments, with a focus on mobilizing private equity and long-term debt in the capital market. As the first Senior Director of the World Bank's Water Global Practice and former Country Director of India, Mr. Ahmed initiated and supervised billions of dollars in departmental and national plans related to finance, infrastructure, and human development. He is recognized for his strategic leadership in the team and has gained significant influence.Mr. Ahmad holds a PhD in Applied Economics from Stanford University, a 2-year Master's degree in Public Administration from Harvard University, and a Bachelor's degree in Economics from Brown University. Before joining the World Bank Group, Mr. Ahmed worked in the field of trade and industrial policy at the Bangladesh Government Planning Commission. Mr. Ahmed has published articles on various aspects of fiscal federalism and decentralization, as well as infrastructure reform and service provision.
Joined the World Bank as a young professional in 1991, and before joining the infrastructure sector in Africa, worked as an economist in Africa and Eastern Europe. Prior to joining the CEO's office in January 2016, Junaid served as the Senior Director of Water Global Practice, a position he has held since the establishment of Global Practice in July 2014. He has been working in this field for 10 years, first as the Deputy Resident Representative, Chief Economist of Johannesburg, and then as the Regional Team Leader for the New Delhi Water and Sanitation Project. In 2004, he was a team member of the World Development Report (WDR): Making Services Work for the Poor. From 2004 to 2008, he served as the Manager of Social Development in South Asia, followed by the Manager of Urban Water Supply and Sanitation, and took over the responsibilities of the latter in Africa in 2010. He also serves as the Director of Sustainable Development for the Middle East and Africa region. He served as the Regional Head of North Africa from 2012 to 2014. He holds a PhD in Applied Economics from Stanford University, a Master's degree in Public Administration from Harvard University, and a Bachelor's degree in Economics from Brown University. The report states that India is the largest client of the World Bank Group. As of June 2016, the net commitment of the World Bank to 95 projects in India was $27 billion ($16 billion from the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development and $11 billion from the International Development Association).
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