Jin Liqun

President and Chair of the Board of Directors

Jin is the inaugural President and Chair of the Board of Directors. On July 28, 2020, he was elected to serve a second term of five years, beginning on Jan. 16, 2021.

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Sir Danny Alexander

Vice President and Corporate Secretary

Alexander is responsible for AIIB’s relations with its Members, the Board of Governors, the Board of Directors and other aspects of governance including the admission of new Members.

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Konstantin Limitovskiy

Vice President, Investment Operations (Region 2)

Limitovskiy is Vice President, Investment Operations (Region 2) where he oversees the entire project cycle for sovereign and nonsovereign investments in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Central Asia, East Asia, West Asia, Europe, Africa and Latin America.

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D. J. Pandian

Vice President, Investment Operations (Region 1)

Pandian oversees all sovereign and nonsovereign lending in South Asia, the Pacific Islands and South East Asia.

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Joachim von Amsberg

Vice President, Policy and Strategy

Von Amsberg drives AIIB’s strategic direction, including its sectoral and country priorities, investment strategy and programming, economic analysis and research and operating budget.

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Luky Eko Wuryanto

Vice President and Chief Administration Officer

Wuryanto is responsible for overseeing human resources, information technology and facilities and administration services.

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Andrew Cross

Chief Financial Officer

Cross leads AIIB’s controller and treasury functions, and the development of new financial products and services, among other projects. Cross joined AIIB in May 2019 as the Assistant Chief Financial Officer (CFO).

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Martin L. Kimmig

Chief Risk Officer

Kimmig heads AIIB’s Risk Management Department. His main responsibilities are to ensure the stability and financial continuity of AIIB.

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Alberto Ninio

General Counsel

Ninio advises the President and governance bodies of AIIB and is responsible for the legal aspects of the Bank's work.

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Hamid Sharif

Managing Director

Sharif is the first Managing Director of AIIB’s Complaints-resolution, Evaluation and Integrity Unit (CEIU), the office responsible for independently evaluating the Bank’s portfolio and overseeing internal and external grievance procedures relating to compliance with AIIB’s environment and social policy and its anticorruption policy.

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Erik Berglof

Chief Economist

Berglof sets the vision and strategy for the Economics Department and leads the planning, implementation and supervision of its work plan in support of the Bank’s mandate.

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Huan Chen

Chief Officer

Chen has served as Chief Officer of AIIB since it began operations in 2016, having joined the Working Group for the Establishment of AIIB as Deputy Head in February 2014.

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Ke Fang

Director General, Implementation Monitoring Department

Fang is Director General of the Implementation Monitoring Department (IMD). IMD is responsible for monitoring AIIB’s investment portfolio, including both sovereign-backed and nonsovereign-backed financings.

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Najeeb Haider

Director General, Banking Department (Region 2)

Haider leads the Investment Operations (Region 2) Banking Department, responsible for Pakistan, Afghanistan, Europe, Africa, Latin America and Central, East and West Asia.

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Jianping Huang

Director General, Information Technology Department

Huang oversees AIIB’s information technology strategies and the design, implementation and operation of IT systems, based on the Bank's Digital Roadmap.

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Hun Kim

Director General, Social Infrastructure Department

Kim leads the Social Infrastructure Department, Investment Operations, a department created to strengthen AIIB’s technical capacity to deliver high quality social infrastructure projects as part of its mission to finance the Infrastructure for Tomorrow.

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Dong-lk (Don) Lee

Director General, Banking Department (Region 1)

Lee leads the Investment Operations (Region 1) Banking Department, responsible for financial intermediaries (FI), structured financial products, capital markets, private equity, ICT and other productive sectors.

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Hui Fong Lee

Controller

Lee leads the Controller’s Department and is responsible for maintaining the integrity of AIIB’s financial position.

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Rajat Misra

Director General, Infrastructure Investment Department (Region 1)

Misra leads the Infrastructure Investment Department (Region 1), responsible for the Energy, Urban and Transport sectors in South Asia, the Pacific Islands and South East Asia.

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Domenico Nardelli

Treasurer

Nardelli manages AIIB’s Treasury Department. He is responsible for the investment of the Bank’s liquid assets, capital markets operations including payments and back office, and asset and liability management.

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Laurel Ostfield

Director General, Communications Department

Ostfield is responsible for building AIIB’s brand and driving its communications strategy, which includes media relations, civil society engagement, internal communications, sponsorship and digital communications.

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Man Shing Tse

Director General, Human Resources Department

Tse is responsible for Human Resources (HR), which includes talent acquisition management, development of rewards, and staff engagement.

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Supee Teravaninthorn

Director General, Infrastructure Investment Department (Region 2)

Teravaninthorn leads the Infrastructure Investment Department (Region 2). She is responsible for building up the institutional capacity in investment operations and ensuring the strength and sustainability of overall investment operations in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Europe, Africa, Latin America and Central, East and West Asia.

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Dan Yang

Director General, Facilities and Administration Services Department

Yang leads a diversified team in AIIB responsible for building the Bank’s institutional infrastructure focusing on corporate procurement, facilities management, administrative services, records and information and security and emergency.

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Quan Zheng

Director General, Strategy, Policy and Budget Department

Zheng oversees the development and implementation of AIIB’s strategies and operational policies including environmental, social and procurement policies.

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Laval Wong Sick Wah

Chief Internal Audit Officer

Wong Sick Wah evaluates both the design and effectiveness of the governance, risk management and compliance processes of AIIB; works with Management on action plans and maintains oversight on resolution of audit issues.

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As of January 2021

Jin Liqun

President and Chair of the Board of Directors

Jin Liqun

Jin is the inaugural President and Chair of the Board of Directors. On July 28, 2020, he was elected to serve a second term of five years, beginning on Jan. 16, 2021. Before being elected as the Bank’s first President, he served as Secretary-General of the Multilateral Interim Secretariat tasked with establishing the Bank. Jin has rich experience across the private and public sectors and with MDBs. He served as Chair of China International Capital Corporation Limited (China’s first joint-venture investment bank), Chair of the Supervisory Board of China Investment Corporation and Chair of the International Forum of Sovereign Wealth Funds. He previously served as Vice President and then Ranking Vice President of the Asian Development Bank and as Alternate Executive Director for China at the World Bank and at the Global Environment Facility. Jin spent nearly two decades at the Chinese Ministry of Finance, reaching the rank of Vice Minister. He holds a master’s degree in English Literature from Beijing Institute of Foreign Languages (now Beijing Foreign Studies University) and was a Hubert Humphrey Fellow in the Economics Graduate Program at Boston University from 1987 to 1988. Jin is from the People’s Republic of China.

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Sir Danny Alexander

Vice President and Corporate Secretary

Sir Danny Alexander

Alexander is responsible for AIIB’s relations with its Members, the Board of Governors, the Board of Directors and other aspects of governance including the admission of new Members. He joined AIIB in February 2016. As Chief Secretary to the Treasury, he was one of the leaders of the United Kingdom’s coalition government between 2010 and 2015. He holds a BA in philosophy, politics and economics from the University of Oxford and is an honorary fellow of St Anne’s College, Oxford. He was knighted in 2015. Alexander is from the United Kingdom.

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Konstantin Limitovskiy

Vice President, Investment Operations (Region 2)

Konstantin Limitovskiy

Limitovskiy is Vice President, Investment Operations (Region 2) where he oversees the entire project cycle for sovereign and nonsovereign investments in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Central Asia, East Asia, West Asia, Europe, Africa and Latin America. He also has joint oversight with the VP for Investment Operations (Region 1) over the Social Infrastructure Department, created in October 2020. Prior to this role, he was Chief Programming Officer and Senior Advisor to the President of AIIB, heading the Client Relations and Programming Office. Konstantin joined AIIB in November 2018 from the Eurasian Development Bank where he was Deputy Chairman leading business activities in infrastructure. Before that, he was responsible for international project finance at the VTB Group in Russia. Over the challenging period of 2009-2010, he was involved in managing the real estate loan portfolio of Sberbank and established the infrastructure finance practice there. Before that, he helped developed and headed leveraged and structured finance operations for Gazprombank and Alfa Bank. Prior to that, he led banking activities in infrastructure finance at the Black Sea Trade and Development Bank, an international development bank based in Greece. He is a graduate of the Russian Finance University. He also holds an MA degree in geophysics. Limitovskiy is from Russia.

D. J. Pandian

Vice President, Investment Operations (Region 1)

D. J. Pandian

Pandian oversees all sovereign and nonsovereign lending in South Asia, the Pacific Islands and South East Asia. He is also responsible for the end-to-end management of AIIB’s project pipeline in these regions, from identification to implementation. He also has joint oversight with the VP for Investment Operations (Region 2) over the Social Infrastructure Department, created in October 2020. From 2016 to 2019, Pandian served as AIIB’s Chief Investment Officer. During this time, he successfully delivered investments in 21 members, amounting to more than USD12 billion, and built a strong foundation for the future growth of AIIB. Before joining AIIB in March 2016, he had an extensive career spanning 30 years with the Indian Administrative Service, holding key positions at the state, national and international levels in the energy, infrastructure and finance sectors. He received his PhD in energy security and MBA from the University of Madras, India. Pandian is from India.

Joachim von Amsberg

Vice President, Policy and Strategy

Joachim von Amsberg

Von Amsberg drives AIIB’s strategic direction, including its sectoral and country priorities, investment strategy and programming, economic analysis and research and operating budget. He oversees AIIB’s environmental and social policies, other operational policies and their implementation. Before joining AIIB in April 2015, Von Amsberg previously served in progressively senior roles at the World Bank where he most recently held the position of Vice President, Development Finance responsible for the replenishment and stewardship of the International Development Association and for trust fund and partnership operations. He holds a PhD in economic policy analysis, an MBA from the University of British Columbia and an MSc in industrial engineering from the Technical University of Berlin. Von Amsberg is from Germany.

Luky Eko Wuryanto

Vice President and Chief Administration Officer

Luky Eko Wuryanto

Wuryanto is responsible for overseeing human resources, information technology and facilities and administration services. In this position, Wuryanto is also chair of the Information Technology Committee and the Human Resources Review Committee. Before joining AIIB in April 2016, Wuryanto served in senior positions in the Indonesian government for more than 20 years, most recently as the Deputy Coordinating Minister for Infrastructure Acceleration and Regional Development, Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs. He has an undergraduate degree in engineering from Bandung Institute of Technology and a PhD in regional science from Cornell University. Wuryanto is from Indonesia.

Andrew Cross

Chief Financial Officer

Andrew Cross

Cross leads AIIB’s controller and treasury functions, and the development of new financial products and services, among other projects. Cross joined AIIB in May 2019 as the Assistant Chief Financial Officer (CFO). The role supported the CFO in ensuring sustainable financial strength and steady growth in financial resources, as well as safeguarding excellent credit ratings in support of AIIB’s overall mission. He was appointed CFO in January 2020. Prior to joining AIIB, Cross was the Deputy Treasurer at the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group. He supported the IFC Treasurer in providing leadership and oversight for IFC treasury hub operations in London and Singapore. Cross joined IFC in January 2006 as a Principal Financial Officer and was a member of the funding team. He was involved in IFC’s market borrowing operations and emerging market local currency issuance program. Prior to that, Cross was an investment banker at Merrill Lynch International from 1993 to 2006, initially based in London. He worked as a Director in Debt Capital Markets with responsibilities spanning Sovereign, Corporate and Financial Institution Clients in the Europe, Middle East and African regions. From 2000 to 2002, Cross was based in Johannesburg at Merrill Lynch International with responsibilities for Southern Africa Debt Capital markets. He has an undergraduate degree from the University of Waikato, New Zealand and an MBA from the University of Cranfield, United Kingdom. Cross is from New Zealand.

Martin L. Kimmig

Chief Risk Officer

Martin L. Kimmig

Kimmig heads AIIB’s Risk Management Department. His main responsibilities are to ensure the stability and financial continuity of AIIB. He oversees risk capital allocation and utilization, manages financial and non-financial risks, including reputational consequences, as well as fosters a strong risk culture throughout the Bank. He further oversees the Bank’s compliance and integrity function assuring KYC/AML/Financial Crime and sanction compliance. Before joining AIIB in September 2016, he was with the Rock Creek Group where he served as Managing Director covering emerging market equities. Previously, he spent 24 years at the World Bank, primarily at the International Finance Corporation, where he held leadership positions in both investment operations and risk management. He holds a PhD in economics from the University of Freiburg, Germany. Kimmig is from Germany.

Alberto Ninio

General Counsel

Alberto Ninio

Ninio advises the President and governance bodies of AIIB and is responsible for the legal aspects of the Bank's work. Prior to his appointment as General Counsel in January 2021, he was Director General of the Operational Services Department and led AIIB's operational support team in the areas of environment, social, procurement and financial management. Prior to joining AIIB in March 2020, Ninio served in a variety of senior roles both at the World Bank where he left as its Deputy General Counsel for Operations, and, more recently, at Vale S.A., a major multinational mining and logistics corporation based in Brazil, where he served as its Global Sustainability Director. Ninio brings over 30 years of experience in the international development, environmental law and corporate responsibility fields. He has law degrees from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and the American University in Washington DC. Ninio is from Brazil.

Hamid Sharif

Managing Director

Hamid Sharif

Sharif is the first Managing Director of AIIB’s Complaints-resolution, Evaluation and Integrity Unit (CEIU), the office responsible for independently evaluating the Bank’s portfolio and overseeing internal and external grievance procedures relating to compliance with AIIB’s environment and social policy and its anticorruption policy. He reports directly to AIIB’s Board of Directors. Sharif has more than two decades of experience in international development in Asia across major sectors. Before joining AIIB in June 2016, he was the Country Director for the People’s Republic of China Resident Mission of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and served as ADB’s Assistant General Counsel, Chairman of the Appeals Committee and Principal Director of the Central Operations and Services Office. Before ADB, Sharif was a partner at the law firm Walker Martineau Saleem in Lahore, Pakistan. He is a United Kingdom-qualified barrister and holds a Masters in Law from the University of Cambridge. Sharif is from Pakistan and the United Kingdom.

Erik Berglof

Chief Economist

Erik Berglof

Berglof sets the vision and strategy for the Economics Department and leads the planning, implementation and supervision of its work plan in support of the Bank’s mandate. He is the Bank’s inaugural Chief Economist. Prior to joining AIIB in September 2020, he was Director of the Institute of Global Affairs, London School of Economics, and Chief Economist of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development from 2006 to 2015, where he was part of creating and co-led the Vienna Initiative, a European crisis response team credited with mitigating the impact of the 2008 Global Financial Crisis. He is an expert in transition economics and institutional transformation through private sector development. He holds a PhD in Financial Economics and an MA in Business and Economics, both from the Stockholm School of Economics. Berglof is from Sweden.

Huan Chen

Chief Officer

Huan Chen

Chen has served as Chief Officer of AIIB since it began operations in 2016, having joined the Working Group for the Establishment of AIIB as Deputy Head in February 2014. He joined the Ministry of Finance of China in 1989, where he had been engaged in international financial cooperation in a number of positions at the Ministry’s World Bank Department and International Department. In 1999-2002, he worked at the Office of the Executive Director for China in the World Bank as Advisor and Alternate Executive Director. Chen joined the China Clean Development Mechanism Fund Management Center in August 2007 as Deputy Director General and served as Director General starting August 2011. He holds a bachelor’s degree in English literature and a master’s degree in economics from the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. Chen is from the People’s Republic of China.

Ke Fang

Director General, Implementation Monitoring Department

Ke Fang

Fang is Director General of the Implementation Monitoring Department (IMD). IMD is responsible for monitoring AIIB’s investment portfolio, including both sovereign-backed and nonsovereign-backed financings. It also monitors and reports implementation performance of the projects that have been transferred from the origination departments to IMD, provides secretariat services to AIIB’s Investment Committee, leads and coordinates the IT system development for investment operations, and coordinates operations related to data analysis and knowledge management. Prior to joining AIIB in July 2016, Fang worked for the World Bank for more than 15 years, holding various responsibilities, including as Global Lead for Urban Mobility, Lead Transport Specialist and head of the India transport team and was instrumental in many innovative investment activities in various countries in Asia and Africa. Fang holds a Ph.D. in Urban Planning from Tsinghua University, where he was a lecturer and research staff from 1997 to 2000. He was also a SPURS Fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) from 2000 to 2001. Fang is from the People’s Republic of China.

Najeeb Haider

Director General, Banking Department (Region 2)

Najeeb Haider

Haider leads the Investment Operations (Region 2) Banking Department, responsible for Pakistan, Afghanistan, Europe, Africa, Latin America and Central, East and West Asia. The Banking Unit covers (i) Capital Markets and Structured Products, (ii) Digital Infrastructure and other Productive Sectors, (iii) Financial Institutions and Syndications, and (iv) Private Equity. He joined AIIB in September 2016 as a member of the Policy and Strategy team where one of his primary responsibilities was developing and implementing AIIB’s strategy for Private Capital Mobilization—one of the Bank’s thematic priorities—before transferring to Investment Operations in January 2018. Before joining AIIB, Haider was Managing Director and Asia Pacific Head for project and infrastructure finance at Citicorp International Ltd. and was based in Hong Kong, China. His team was responsible for supporting clients with bespoke financing solutions and for leading a number of award-wining infrastructure financing transactions across the region. Prior to his 21 years at Citicorp International Limited, Haider spent 6 years in corporate banking roles with JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America. He holds BBA and MBA degrees from the Institute of Business Administration, University of Karachi. Haider is from Hong Kong, China.

Jianping Huang

Director General, Information Technology Department

Jianping Huang

Huang oversees AIIB’s information technology strategies and the design, implementation and operation of IT systems, based on the Bank's Digital Roadmap. As Director General, she leads all aspects of technology planning, enterprise architecture, service management, security and risk management, and data governance and management to shepherd AIIB's digital transformation. She brings with her more than 20 years of experience from both private and public organizations, including IBM and the World Bank, where she was part of the Information Technology Group responsible for enterprise system implementation and operation. She holds a master’s degree from George Washington University. Huang is from the People’s Republic of China.

Hun Kim

Director General, Social Infrastructure Department

Hun Kim

Kim leads the Social Infrastructure Department, Investment Operations, a department created to strengthen AIIB’s technical capacity to deliver high quality social infrastructure projects as part of its mission to finance the Infrastructure for Tomorrow. The Social Infrastructure Department will focus on all aspects of social infrastructure, including health and education. Kim is responsible for managing the department in the fulfilment of its function through strategic planning, talent and capability building, developing a strong pipeline of high-quality investment transactions and ensuring the successful implementation of such projects. Kim is a seasoned development professional who has built his skills and expertise throughout his long and successful career in the Asian Development Bank (ADB) where he has held various positions, the latest of which is Director General, South Asia Department. Prior to that, he was the Country Director for the ADB India Resident Mission and Director, Urban Development and Water Supply Division, South Asia Department, ADB. He holds a Ph.D. in Applied and Resource Economics from the University of Minnesota, U.S.A and an MA and BA in Economics from Yonsei University, Republic of Korea. Kim is from the Republic of Korea.

Dong-lk (Don) Lee

Director General, Banking Department (Region 1)

Dong-lk (Don) Lee

Lee leads the Investment Operations (Region 1) Banking Department, responsible for financial intermediaries (FI), structured financial products, capital markets, private equity, ICT and other productive sectors. Before joining AIIB in 2016, Lee was Corporate Advisor for Temasek, Singapore and Russia Direct Investment Fund, Russia. From 2008 to 2013, he worked for Korea Investment Corporation (KIC) as Chief Investment Officer and Head of Alternative Investments, responsible for managing KIC’s USD75 billion global assets. Prior to that, he spent five years as Head of Investments at STIC Investments, a private equity/venture capital firm in the Republic of Korea. From 1997 to 2001, he was Head of the Overseas Investments Team at Samsung Life Insurance. From 1987 to 1997, Lee worked as an Emerging Equity Market Analyst at the International Finance Corporation. He has a bachelor’s degree in economics from Korea University, and an MBA in finance and investments and an MS in management information systems, both from George Washington University. Lee is from the Republic of Korea.

Hui Fong Lee

Controller

Hui Fong Lee

Lee leads the Controller’s Department and is responsible for maintaining the integrity of AIIB’s financial position. She oversees financial reporting, internal controls, loan administration and day-to-day financial operations, and also ensures sound fiduciary management in relation to authorization of disbursements and administrative expenses, among others. Lee joined AIIB in August 2017 from Ernst & Young where she was an Assurance Partner responsible for the audit of large international banks. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Accounting from the University of Malaya, and she is a Certified Public Accountant in both Malaysia and Hong Kong, China. Lee is from Malaysia.

Rajat Misra

Director General, Infrastructure Investment Department (Region 1)

Rajat Misra

Misra leads the Infrastructure Investment Department (Region 1), responsible for the Energy, Urban and Transport sectors in South Asia, the Pacific Islands and South East Asia. Prior to joining AIIB in April 2017, Misra spent 18 years at the investment banking arm of the State Bank of India (SBI) and served as a member of National Committees of Power of the Confederation of Indian Industry and the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry. He also served as a Director and Investment Committee member at the SBI Group—Department for International Development (DFID) Fund for Infrastructure. Misra started his career as an R&D engineer at BHEL, a leading power equipment manufacturing company. Misra holds a post-graduate degree in Business Management from the Xavier School of Management (XLRI), India, and a bachelor’s degree in Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Varanasi, India. He also attended the Executive Program in Infrastructure at Kennedy School, Harvard University. Misra is from India.

Domenico Nardelli

Treasurer

Domenico Nardelli

Nardelli manages AIIB’s Treasury Department. He is responsible for the investment of the Bank’s liquid assets, capital markets operations including payments and back office, and asset and liability management. Before joining AIIB in September 2019, he was Treasurer of the International Fund for Agricultural Development, a specialized agency of the United Nations based in Rome, Italy. Prior to that, he spent several years in investment banking in London, where he was Managing Director in Global Rates responsible for Public Sector coverage and Euro Medium-Term Note issuance, first at the Bank of America and then at Jefferies, a financial services company. Nardelli started his career at the Italian Treasury as an officer in the Public Debt Department, where he went on to become the Head of International Funding and Liability Management. During that time, he served as Advisor to the Executive Director at the International Monetary Fund in Washington, DC. Nardelli has extensive experience in asset and liability management, capital markets, and financial markets policy issues. He holds a BA in Political Science (cum laude) from the University of Pavia, Italy, and a master’s degree from Scuola Superiore della Pubblica Amministrazione in Rome, Italy. Nardelli is from Italy.

Laurel Ostfield

Director General, Communications Department

Laurel Ostfield

Ostfield is responsible for building AIIB’s brand and driving its communications strategy, which includes media relations, civil society engagement, internal communications, sponsorship and digital communications. She is also accountable for AIIB’s commitment to transparency through its information disclosure policy. Prior to joining AIIB in December 2016, she led the communications team at Capital One Canada. She has a BA in East Asian Studies from McGill University. Ostfield is from Canada.

Man Shing Tse

Director General, Human Resources Department

Man Shing Tse

Tse is responsible for Human Resources (HR), which includes talent acquisition management, development of rewards, and staff engagement. Tse joined the Bank in September 2019 as a consultant and was appointed as Chief Ethics Officer in August 2020. Before joining the Bank, he served the government of Hong Kong, China for some 40 years, with over 20 years of service at the senior management level. As former Head of HR in a number of big government departments and bureaus with the largest one having over 6,000 staff, he is well-versed in human resources policies and strategies and their implementation, particularly on staff conduct and discipline, grade structure review, staff training, staff relations and human resources planning. He participated significantly in the formulation of strategies and policies for the implementation of Civil Service Reform in Hong Kong, China. Tse has an undergraduate degree in Business Administration from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and a Post-graduate Diploma in Personnel Management from the London School of Economics. Tse is from Hong Kong, China.

Supee Teravaninthorn

Director General, Infrastructure Investment Department (Region 2)

Supee Teravaninthorn

Teravaninthorn leads the Infrastructure Investment Department (Region 2). She is responsible for building up the institutional capacity in investment operations and ensuring the strength and sustainability of overall investment operations in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Europe, Africa, Latin America and Central, East and West Asia. This work ranges from business development to building a well-balanced and diversified investment portfolio, in terms of both quantity and quality. She also manages the effective utilization of investment operations resources in line with the mission and vision of AIIB. Prior to joining AIIB in June 2016, she served in the management team of the World Bank from 2011 to 2016. Her experience in infrastructure planning and development in East Asia, Southeast Asia and Africa is long and well-established. She holds a PhD in economics from Hitotsubashi University in Tokyo, Japan. Teravaninthorn is from Thailand.

Dan Yang

Director General, Facilities and Administration Services Department

Dan Yang

Yang leads a diversified team in AIIB responsible for building the Bank’s institutional infrastructure focusing on corporate procurement, facilities management, administrative services, records and information and security and emergency. She also oversees the Bank’s business continuity framework. Prior to joining AIIB in September 2016, Yang held senior positions at the Asian Development Bank, including as director of procurement and deputy country director for the People’s Republic of China Resident Mission. She holds a bachelor’s degree in English Linguistics and a diploma in Development Economics from the Inner Mongolian Normal University and Beijing Normal University. She also has an MPA degree from Washington University. Yang is from the People’s Republic of China.

Quan Zheng

Director General, Strategy, Policy and Budget Department

Quan Zheng

Zheng oversees the development and implementation of AIIB’s strategies and operational policies including environmental, social and procurement policies. She leads coordination on investment project screening and programming, manages AIIB’s Project Preparation Special Fund, leads AIIB’s annual business plan preparation and manages corporate budget development and implementation. She has served in a variety of leadership capacities at China’s Ministry of Finance and as Chair of the G20 Infrastructure and Investment Working Group in 2016 during the Chinese G20 presidency. She holds a master’s degree in economics from both the Graduate School of the People’s Bank of China and the University of Manchester. Zheng is from the People’s Republic of China.

Laval Wong Sick Wah

Chief Internal Audit Officer

Laval Wong Sick Wah

Wong Sick Wah evaluates both the design and effectiveness of the governance, risk management and compliance processes of AIIB; works with Management on action plans and maintains oversight on resolution of audit issues. Before joining AIIB in November 2017, he was the Head of Group Audit for Asia Pacific and Middle East at ABN AMRO Bank NV based in Singapore. With rich experience in financial institutions, he has set up and headed the internal audit departments of foreign banks in Singapore to provide professional and independent assurance and added value to support the achievement of the organization’s objectives. He is experienced across different cultures in Asia Pacific including Japan and the Middle East and has served in the Board of the Institute of Internal Auditors Singapore for several years as a member of the Board of Governors, Treasurer and President. He has led over 800 internal auditors globally to comply with the Standards of the Institute of Internal Auditors on Quality Assurance. He is a Fellow Chartered Accountant England and Wales, a Certified Internal Auditor, a Certified Financial Services Auditor, a Certified Fraud Examiner and has a Certification in Control Self-Assessment. He is a Dean’s lister in the Executive Master of Business Administration at the Singapore Management University. Wong Sick Wah is from Singapore.

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