Fatouma Toure Ibrahima is the Manager for Global Infrastructure Programs and Analytics for the World Bank's Infrastructure Finance, PPPs and Guarantees (IPG) Group. She was previously Operations Adviser of the Infrastructure and Urban Development Hub in Singapore, where the World Bank, IFC and MIGA work together to generate direct investments and provide technical assistance for infrastructure and related sectors.
Since joining the World Bank in 1998, Fatouma has worked in several sectors, including the finance and energy sector. Prior to joining the Singapore Hub, Fatouma served as Senior Financial Sector Specialist and Task Team Leader in the Africa region, where she led the design and implementation of various country and regional-level energy projects. Fatouma was also Regional Representative for the Public-Private Infrastructure Advisory Facility (PPIAF) in charge of the West, Central and North Africa portfolio.
A national of Mali, she has also served as Special Assistant in the offices of the Vice President and Corporate Secretariat and the World Bank Group Managing Director and Chief Financial Officer, and as Financial Sector Specialist in the Middle East and North Africa Region where she managed financial sector and financial system infrastructure projects and contributed to the Financial Sector Assessment Program.