Federico Galicia has been elected as the new vice president for risk and finance at the International Finance Corporation (IFC-IFC).
"APA-Economics" informs that this was reported by the International Monetary Fund.
It was noted that Federico Galizia, who has more than 25 years of experience in the financial sector, will play an important role in helping to formulate the organization's strategies and policies.
It should be noted that Federico Galizia previously worked as the Chief Risk Manager at the Inter-American Development Bank, Head of the Risk and Portfolio Management Department of the European Investment Fund, and Advisor to the President of the European Investment Bank.
He holds a Ph.D.
He studied Economics at Yale University and taught MBA courses in risk management and international finance.