Analyst, Financial and Private Sector Development, South Asia
Sarmad Shaikh is an analyst with the South Asia Financial and Private Sector Development team of the World Bank in Islamabad since September 2012 focusing on financial inclusion, business regulations, state-owned enterprises reform and women entrepreneurship. Sarmad has previously worked in the World Bank’s Doing Business team in Washington, DC in early 2012. Prior to joining the World Bank, Sarmad worked for over three years in the private financial sector as an investment banking analyst at Citibank on a number of M&A, project finance and privatization transactions.
Sarmad is a Fulbright Scholar, holds a Masters degree in Public Administration from Cornell University, and is currently enrolled in the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) program.
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