Jordan Schwartz has worked in economic development since 1991, focusing on infrastructure economics, finance, regulation, connectivity, logistics, and sustainability. He has been at the World Bank since 1998 and is the Director for Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay, based in Buenos Aires. From 2017 to 2019, he served as Director of the Infrastructure Finance, PPPs & Guarantees (IPG) Group.
From 2014 to 2017, Jordan was based in Singapore where he was the Director of the World Bank’s Infrastructure & Urban Development Hub, a center of operational and analytical activity covering the sectors of water, transport, ICT, energy and extractives, urban, trade, and infrastructure finance. In his prior capacity, Jordan served as the Head of the Global Infrastructure Facility, as the World Bank’s Manager for Infrastructure Policy, and, before that, as Lead Economist in the Sustainable Development Department of the World Bank’s Latin America and the Caribbean Region.