Daniel Pulido is a Senior Infrastructure Specialist the Transport Global Practice of the World Bank. In this role, Daniel has led the preparation and implementation of lending and advisory engagements focused on promoting private participation in urban mobility and logistics, primarily in Latin America and Eastern Europe. At the Bank, Daniel has published various research pieces on Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) in transport and sustainable urban mobility. In 2017, Daniel was selected as part of the first cohort of the World Bank Presidential Fellows program, an institutional initiative aimed at promoting innovative approaches to leveraging private sector solutions for sustainable infrastructure. Prior to joining the Bank, Daniel worked at Goldman Sachs and European banks Dexia and Depfa, specializing in the financing of transportation and energy infrastructure. His experience includes transaction structuring, financial analysis and credit evaluation for PPPs and project and municipal financings. Daniel has also worked in transportation policy and development issues as part of previous positions at the World Bank and the Inter-American Development Bank. Daniel is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, where he obtained a Master of Business Administration from the Wharton School and a Master of Arts in International Studies from the School of Arts and Sciences. Daniel also holds a Master of Arts in Economics from the American University in Washington D.C.