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[/vc_cta][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/4″][vc_message]Company: IFC (The World Bank Group)
Designation: Manager, Treasury Market Operations
University: Wharton Business School, MBA and BITS Pilani, BE
Experience: 25+ Years
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Amit K Jain, CFA
Manager Treasury Market Operations – Cash Management
International Finance Corporation
Amit Jain is a member of the leadership team of the IFC Treasury Market Operations department. This department is responsible for funding the Corporation’s balance sheet and managing the liquid assets on the balance sheet.
Mr. Jain joined IFC Treasury in 2003 in Washington DC office as a Financial Officer responsible for quantitative analysis. He moved to the portfolio management team in 2005 and has since then been responsible for strategic investments in various liquid fixed-income markets, including global structured products. Mr. Jain has been involved in all aspects of portfolio management at IFC including the selection of benchmarks, asset allocation, portfolio construction and risk management. Mr. Jain currently heads the Cash Management unit which is responsible for operational cash flow management for the Corporation. The unit also manages short-term investments in the Liquid Assets portfolios. His team is also responsible for the Global Discount Note program.
Mr. Jain holds an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania as well as a Masters degree in Systems Science from Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. Mr. Jain is a CFA charter holder. Prior to joining the IFC, Mr. Jain served in senior leadership positions in Government of India as an Indian Administrative Service officer.
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