Undersecretary for International Affairs of the US Treasury Department, David Malpass, is the candidate that Donald Trump should focus on leading the World Bank, Bloomberg reported Tuesday.
According to Bloomberg, citing sources familiar with the matter, the US president is still conducting talks to find Jim Yong Kim’s successor, who resigned earlier in the month, but David Malpass’s rivals are unlikely to succeed. to be chosen by Donald Trump.
No comments could be obtained immediately from the White House or the Treasury Department.
The United States traditionally refers to the President of the World Bank.
Jim Yong Kim, 59, resigned earlier this month, three years from the end of his tenure as head of the institution, to join the Global Infrastructure Partners investment fund.