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Enzo de Laurentiis

Procurement Manager, World Bank
Enzo de Laurentiis is currently a Practice Manager in the Governance Global Practice, Public Integrity and Openness Unit of the World Bank and focuses primarily on several countries in the East Asia and Pacific Region. Previously, he has served as the Regional Procurement Manager of the East Asia and Pacific (20012-2014) and the Latin America and Caribbean Regions of the World Bank (2006-2012). On behalf of the World Bank, he has co-chaired the OECD-DAC Procurement Task Force from May 2010 up to the Fourth High Level Forum on Development Effectiveness in Busan, Korea in December 2011. Prior to joining the Bank’s procurement team in 1998, Mr. de Laurentiis was Projects Director and later Vice President of an international consulting firm (1992-1998) which provided a complete range of advisory services on procurement operations, policy and reforms to Multilateral Development Banks and countries around the world. He was also a member of the adjunct faculty (1992-2004) at American University, Washington College of Law in Washington, D.C., teaching international contracts and international procurement law and advising students on independent research projects. He has additional prior legal and international banking experience. Mr. de Laurentiis holds a law degree (Dottore in Giurisprudenza) from the University of Trieste in Italy and a Master of Laws (LL.M.) in International Legal Studies from American University Washington College of Law.