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Who could be the next World Bank president?

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World Bank President Jim Kim’s surprise decision to resign ignited a race to find his successor. While the United States has held historic control over the appointment, the Trump administration’s policy views could raise questions and concerns. Here are some of the current contenders — some more speculative than others — according to news reports and conversations with credible sources.

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Who could be the next World Bank president?

  1. 1. World Bank President Jim Kim’s surprise decision to resign ignited a race to find his successor. While the United States has held historic control over the appointment, the Trump administration’s policy views could raise questions and concerns. Here are some of the current contenders — some more speculative than others — according to news reports and conversations with credible sources. WHO COULD BE THE NEXT WORLD BANK PRESIDENT? BY MICHAEL IGOE / DEVEX
  2. 2. Fore is currently executive director at UNICEF. From 2007-2009, during the George W. Bush administration, she served as the first female administrator at the U.S. Agency for International Development. After leaving government, Fore became chairman and CEO at Holsman International, a manufacturing and investment company. HENRIETTA FORE
  3. 3. The current CEO and soon-to-be interim president of the World Bank, Georgieva has — by most accounts — been overseeing the institution’s operations for months. For her to retain leadership of the World Bank would require a break with the tradition of an American president — or a deadlock that prevents a clear pick from emerging. KRISTALINA GEORGIEVA
  4. 4. Currently USAID administrator, Green has held multiple leadership roles with development organizations and served as U.S. ambassador to Tanzania from 2007-2009. Green, a former U.S. representative from Wisconsin, has so far managed to maintain the support of the U.S. development community, despite Trump’s repeated attempts to slash foreign assistance spending. MARK GREEN
  5. 5. Already a veteran of the Trump administration, Haley served as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations from January 2017 to October 2018. Her resignation from that role sparked questions about whether she might challenge Trump for the presidency in 2020, which she has denied. Haley was the first female governor of South Carolina, and the second Indian-American governor in the U.S. NIKKI HALEY
  6. 6. Kimmitt served as deputy treasury secretary under George W. Bush from 2005-2009. After former World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz quit in 2007, Kimmitt was floated as a potential successor. “I’m flattered to be associated with an institution like the World Bank,” he said at the time. ROBERT KIMMITT
  7. 7. Currently under secretary of the treasury for international affairs, Malpass has already played a large role in steering the Trump administration’s priorities for the World Bank. America’s support for Jim Kim’s capital increase came with strings attached, and Malpass is one of the people pulling those strings — including internal reforms and a harder line on lending to China. DAVID MALPASS
  8. 8. Perennially among Forbes’ most powerful women, Nooyi stepped down as CEO of PepsiCo in October 2018 after 12 years. Nooyi is reported to be among Ivanka Trump’s picks to lead the World Bank, though there are questions about whether she would accept the nomination. INDRA NOOYI
  9. 9. Nigeria’s former finance minister and a 25-year veteran of the World Bank, Okonjo-Iweala secured broad shareholder support when she ran for World Bank president in 2012, but ultimately lost to American candidate Jim Kim. Now a U.S. citizen, Okonjo-Iweala could challenge for the position once again — or the Trump administration could nominate her. NGOZI OKONJO- IWEALA
  10. 10. A partner at Goldman Sachs, Powell joined the Trump team during the transition and served as deputy national security adviser. She helped author the administration’s national security strategy before leaving in early 2018. Powell was a leading contender to replace Nikki Haley as U.N. ambassador but withdrew from consideration. An alumnus of the George W. Bush administration, she is viewed as a relative moderate among Trump advisers. DINA POWELL
  11. 11. Rice served as secretary of state and national security adviser under George W. Bush, and her support for the invasion of Iraq in 2003 could prove controversial. She is currently a professor of political science at Stanford University and a founding partner of RiceHadleyGates LLC., an international strategic consulting firm. CONDOLEEZZA RICE
  12. 12. Washburne is CEO of the Overseas Private Investment Corp., a U.S. agency that facilitates American investment in developing countries. Under the Trump administration, OPIC is being restructured into a larger U.S. development finance corporation, which proponents hope will be a key tool for the U.S. to compete with China’s growing influence and investment. RAY WASHBURNE

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