Ready to join us? The World Bank Treasury launches an unprecedented global hiring campaign

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Do you like using finance to help solve society's greatest challenges? Are you inspired by a global mission to end poverty? Do you want to build a career in finance with a global impact? Then join us.

A once-in-a-generation opportunity

Today, we are pleased to launch Creating Markets, Leaders & Impact, our global recruitment campaign to attract the best and brightest talent in the world. Our recruitment for over 40 positions offers an unprecedented opportunity to work for the World Bank Treasury. From recent college graduates to senior managers, we are recruiting across the world for positions in capital markets, investment management, treasury operations, risk and controls, and client engagement.

Are you ready to take your career to the next level?

Creating markets, leaders and impact

Capital markets are key to transforming society. Since our inaugural bond over 70 years ago, the World Bank Treasury has pioneered many firsts. Our goal is to raise funds at the most reasonable cost for our client countries and to develop innovative solutions for the world's most difficult development challenges. Our history shows that when used innovatively and effectively, capital markets are a powerful force for good. The World Bank Treasury has been a large and significant player in the international financial markets for more than 70 years and has achieved a global reputation as a prudent and innovative borrower, investor, and risk manager.

A day in the life of the World Bank Treasury

The World Bank Treasury is organized into three departments and a risk and controls team. Over 200 staff work in Chennai, India; Sofia, Bulgaria; Tokyo; and Washington, D.C. We are pleased to introduce a few staff from our departments, who come from different regions and have distinct perspectives on what it’s like to work with us and across the World Bank.

Powered by a diverse and dedicated staff, the Treasury manages the institution's finances to enable all World Bank operations and lending.  We are a trusted advisor to our developing member countries, helping them build financial stability and resilience.  And we lead financial innovation to help them mobilize finance on a larger scale than ever before. Each year, we issue over $50 billion in bonds, prudently manage over $180 billion in assets, and process over $7 trillion in transactions.

Poverty has no borders: neither does excellence

With our 200-plus employees, the World Bank Treasury represents over 50 nationalities, and our leadership team hails from all regions of the world. We are proud to be an equal opportunity and an inclusive employer. We have a dedicated and committed workforce and do not discriminate based on gender, race, ethnicity, religion, disability, sexual orientation, or gender identity.

With us, you won’t just work in financial markets: you’ll help create new ones

The World Bank Treasury is one of the few places where you can be on the leading edge of finance: we sit at the nexus of finance, innovation, and international development. We also offer specialized programs for exceptional students and recent graduates, who possess a demonstrated interest in a future financial career, to support the World Bank’s development mandate. Whether you are just at the beginning of your career or you are experienced in managing a team, the World Bank Treasury has positions available for the next step of your career in finance.

Apply today for senior, mid- or early-career positions

We are committed to finding the best and brightest across the world. Learn about our 70-plus years of innovations and impact. Follow us on LinkedIn. See where we work. Meet some of our leadership and experts. So, why wait? Apply today at treasury.worldbank.org/careers

Authors

Anshula Kant

Managing Director and World Bank Group Chief Financial Officer

George Richardson

Director, Capital Markets and Investments Department, Treasury

Thérèse Couture

Acting Director, Asset Management & Advisory Department, Treasury

Paul Snaith

Department, Treasury Operations, Treasury

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