Mr. Faris Hadad-Zervos is the World Bank Country Manager for Nepal, based in Kathmandu. Prior to this, he was Country Manager for Malaysia.
Mr. Hadad-Zervos, a US national, joined the World Bank in 1996 with the Private Sector Development Department. He served as Head of Mission for Iraq (2003-2005), Operations Manager for the West Bank and Gaza (2005-2008), and Country Manager for Bolivia (2012-2015). In 2008, Mr. Hadad-Zervos took a leave of absence from the World Bank to serve as the Deputy Head of the Quartet Office for the Middle East Peace Process, based in Jerusalem.
He was a visiting lecturer on economic development in conflict states at Georgetown University and Johns Hopkins University.
Mr. Hadad-Zervos holds a Master's Degree in Economics from George Mason University, and a Master's Degree in Finance from George Washington University.
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