Job moves

Perlin leaves World Bank Gary Perlin is to leave his job as chief financial officer (CFO) of the World Bank, effective June 30, to join Virginia-based credit card giant Capital One Financial as its CFO. The World Bank says managing director Jeffrey Goldstein will succeed Perlin as CFO. Goldstein joined the World Bank in September 1999 as a managing director and has been responsible for all its finance, strategy and budget functions. He also oversees its financial sector operations in client countries, resource mobilisation efforts, the International Development Association (its concessional lending arm), and its global programmes and partnerships. He is also a member of the World Bank’s management committee. Perlin has been the World Bank’s CFO since 1998 and is well regarded for guiding the multilateral through the volatile markets left in the wake of the Asian, Brazilian, Russian and, more recently, Argentine financial crises.

• US risk analytics provider SAS has recruited UK author and financial engineeringacademic Carol Alexander as a risk management adviser. She will focus on productdevelopment and strategy for SAS’s risk analysis services, and build onthe company’s work in market, credit and operational risk management.

Alexander is the chair of risk management as well as director of research atthe UK-based Isma centre, the business school for financial markets at the Universityof Reading. She also serves as

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