* Participate in political discussions and negotiations with internal and external public servants, and develop relationships with members of the legal profession and lawyers working in development partner agencies. The Operational Policy Practice Group provides active support on a wide range of issues related to the Bank`s operational and other policy issues. It contributes to the further development of the Bank`s operational policy reform program by actively contributing to the modernization and simplification of the Bank`s policy, facilitates policy implementation by advising on the interpretation and application of the Bank`s lending policy, and contributes to the Bank`s knowledge by conducting research and exchanging information. on the Bank`s operational policy; and provides significant support and inputs to legal and policy issues related to fraud and corruption investigations in Bank-financed projects. Marina Elefante joined the Women, Business and Law project in 2015. Her current research focuses on the development of child care policies and indicators. Previously, she drafted mutual legal assistance laws for the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and led legal reform programmes for human trafficking at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. She graduated with distinction from the Faculty of Law of the University of Naples and holds a Master`s degree in Human Rights and Humanitarian Action from the University of Siena, Italy, and an LL.M. with honors in International Legal Studies from the Georgetown University Law Center. Innovation and partnership link the five institutions of the World Bank Group (LAM GROUP): the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) and the International Development Organization (IDA), which together form the World Bank; the International Finance Corporation (IFC); the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA); and the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID). The World Bank Group is one of the world`s largest sources of financing and knowledge for developing countries. It uses financial resources and extensive experience to help our client countries reduce poverty, increase economic growth and improve quality of life. To ensure that countries can access the best global expertise and help generate cutting-edge knowledge, the World Bank Group is constantly striving to improve how it operates.
The main priorities are achieving measurable results, promoting openness and transparency in development and improving access to development information and data. Do you want to build a career that is definitely worth it? Working at the World Bank Group (WBG) offers you a unique opportunity to help our clients meet their biggest development challenges. The World Bank Group is one of the main sources of financing and knowledge for developing countries; A unique global partnership of five institutions committed to ending extreme poverty, increasing shared prosperity and promoting sustainable development. With 189 member countries and more than 120 offices worldwide, we work with public and private sector partners, investing in groundbreaking projects and leveraging data, research and technology to develop solutions to the world`s most pressing challenges. For more information, see www.worldbank.org LEGSG provides specialized expertise in project finance, structured finance, credit enhancement, and public-private financing arrangements for World Bank operations in collaboration with colleagues in financial solutions, as well as World Bank regional and global staff and World Bank Treasury staff. LEGSG members are active at all stages of the project cycle: from upstream design, design and structuring to approval by the World Bank Board of Directors, review, preparation and negotiation of legal documents (regular interaction with leading international law firms acting on behalf of private sector sponsors and lenders) to financial close and afterlife. In addition, legsG advises World Bank departments and staff on matters related to their areas of activity. The Environment and International Law Practice Group assists the Bank`s internal and external clients in promoting environmentally and socially sustainable development, in accordance with the Bank`s policies and relevant international laws. LEGEN`s work program includes legal advice and services to regions, global practices and other Vice-Presidents of the Bank on operational aspects of environmental and international law in Bank-financed projects, including those on environmental and social protection measures; knowledge creation and exchange; and the development of policies and procedures relating to environmental and international law.
Environmental issues include environmental and raw material issues such as climate change, biodiversity, pollution, international management of water and water resources, as well as social issues such as resettlement and indigenous peoples. The Legal Vice Presidency (LEGVP), under the leadership of the Senior Vice President and Group General Counsel, is responsible for providing legal support to the World Bank`s internal and external operational, advisory and corporate clients. LegVP provides the legal services required by the World Bank and plays an active role in all World Bank activities. In addition, legVP helps ensure that all World Bank activities comply with the World Bank`s Bylaws and operational policies and procedures. At the organizational level, the LEGVP includes geographically anchored regional operational practice groups dedicated to the legal and policy aspects of the World Bank`s lending operations, policy and advisory practice groups that provide advice on operational policy, environmental and international law, development finance, and corporate practice groups that advise the World Bank on financing of enterprises, administrative and institutional. The Unit (LEGAS SG) is a supra-regional entity of LAGVPU that manages complex World Bank operations, including World Bank guarantees to mobilize private capital for infrastructure development and other transformation projects. LEGAS SG works closely with the World Bank`s Infrastructure Finance and Guarantees (IFG) department. The IFG is a specialized entity that develops and structures financial arrangements in all Member Countries of the World Bank. The IFG is responsible for developing innovative financial solutions to support the World Bank`s investment and development operations, with a focus on mobilizing private and public financing for infrastructure and household needs in emerging markets. Private capital mobilization is typically achieved through private participation in infrastructure and/or the mobilization of commercial credit financing or capital markets for World Bank member countries.