Andrea Dore is the head of funding in the Capital Markets and Investments Department of the World Bank. She joined the Bank in 1998 and has worked in a number of units in the Bank’s Treasury including pension, cash management, operational risk and structured products. Andrea’s current responsibilities include managing the World Bank’s funding program and strategy in several of the major currency markets and the emerging markets. She is responsible for the issuance of the World Bank’s benchmark bonds in a wide range of currencies and markets including Canada. Additionally, Andrea worked on setting up the infrastructure for the World Bank Green Bond Program. She has also managed several projects focused on strengthening the controls and monitoring of operational risk across the World Bank’s finance complex.
Prior to joining the World Bank Andrea worked at the St. Lucia Development Bank for 6 years, first in the Accounting Department and then in the Projects Department managing a portfolio of the bank’s development projects.
Andrea is a Fulbright Scholarship recipient and holds an MA in Finance and Economics from Brandeis University in Boston and an MSc in Information and Telecommunication Systems from John Hopkins University in Baltimore. She is also a Certified Public Accountant (CPA).