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World Bank Appoints New Country Manager for Kazakhstan

Wednesday 17 July 2019

NUR-SULTAN / EX ASTANA (World Bank press service) — Jean-François Marteau, a French national, with over 20 years of experience in economic policy implementation and project management, has been appointed the World Bank’s new Country Manager in Kazakhstan.

Mr. Marteau will lead the World Bank policy dialogue with counterparts in Kazakhstan and manage the country program and country team based in Nur-Sultan (ex Astana). Mr. Marteau succeeds Mr. Ato Brown who led World Bank operations in Kazakhstan from February 2016 to June 2019.

Before this assignment, Jean-François Marteau held leadership positions in the World Bank’s infrastructure and sustainable development sectors, including as a Transport Global Lead for infrastructure financing.

Mr. Marteau also coordinated the World Bank’s activities related to sustainable development in the European Union (EU) member states, including advisory services to the European Commission and several EU member states in transport policy, water sector reform, regional development and urban development, as well as investment in all infrastructure and environment sectors.


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