盛源彩票-特朗普遇到世界银行工作的海蒂克鲁兹

知情人士透露,总统唐纳德特朗普采访海蒂克鲁兹担任世界银行行长的职务,尽管他并未向高盛集团公司(Goldman Sachs Group Inc.)执行官及德克萨斯州参议员特德克鲁兹(Ted Cruz)的妻子提供这一职位高盛(Goldman Sachs)董事总经理克鲁兹(Cruz)是休斯敦办事处的负责人,此前她无薪休假,帮助她的丈夫最终未能成功参加2016年共和党总统候选人提名。
 
 

但克鲁兹和特朗普有一个复杂的过去:在竞选期间,盛源彩票特朗普发布了一个令人不快的形象,并贬低了她的外表,她被短暂地置于聚光灯下。

 
 

哈佛大学商学院毕业后,她于2005年加入高盛,并于2012年晋升为公司第二高级别的董事总经理。在乔治·W·布什执政期间,她曾在国家安全委员会工作并在拉丁美洲集团任职。财政部。特德克鲁兹在2016年7月的共和党全国代表大会上获得了嘘声,当时他没有支持特朗普。美国有线电视新闻网当时报道说,至少有一名特朗普支持者向她高喊“高盛”,保安人员在演讲结束后护送海蒂克鲁兹离开竞技场。

克鲁兹后来改变了立场并支持特朗普。该活动结束后,Heidi Cruz回到了高盛。

特德克鲁兹的发言人凯瑟琳弗雷泽说:“海蒂被政府视为世界银行行长的最终候选人,这是一种荣幸。” 

现年60岁的埃尔 - 埃里安(El-Erian)也在白宫官员会见了这份工作,他在全球经济和国际金融市场上享有盛誉。他是安联的首席经济顾问,之前曾担任PIMCO的首席执行官兼联席首席投资官。他是国际货币基金组织(IMF)的经济学家,并为彭博观点(Bloomberg Opinion)撰写专栏。

世界银行职位的其他候选人包括海外私人投资公司负责人Ray Washburne; 美国国际发展署局长马克格林; 知情人士透露,前美国财政部高级官员罗伯特·金米特和百事可乐公司董事长英德拉·诺伊说。

阅读更多:金在世界银行行长月末罢工

世界银行执行委员会负责监督新总统的选举,并邀请成员国在2月7日至3月14日期间提名候选人。美国以外似乎没有兴趣挑战特朗普对银行行长的选择 - 传统上据两位知情人士透露,只要他选择了一个可信的人,就由美国人领导。

Jim Yong Kim本月宣布,他将在三年多前离开世界银行集团担任总裁,成为投资公司Global Infrastructure Partners的副主席。该银行的二把手Kristalina Georgieva将于2月1日临时接管。

金的离职再次引发了关于银行使命和美国作为其最大股东角色的辩论。根据一项非正式的跨大西洋协定,美国人一直管理世界银行,而其姊妹机构IMF的总经理一直是欧洲人。

但中国和印度等国家的影响力正在推动对非美国候选人的支持。“不断变化的全球经济格局使公约过时了。正如美国国际货币基金组织前执行董事兼财政部官员马克索贝尔在最近的一篇文章中所说,全球有许多优秀的潜在候选人,就像美国可能存在的那样。

该银行执行董事会将公布三名候选人的简短名单,并计划在4月中旬之前挑选一位新总统。该委员会表示,理想的候选人将拥有管理大型组织的经验,对世界银行发展使命的愿景以及对国际合作的承诺。

 

Cruz, a Goldman Sachs managing director, was head of the Houston office before she took unpaid leave to help her husband’s ultimately unsuccessful campaign for the Republican presidential nomination in 2016.

 
 

But Cruz and Trump have a complicated past: She was thrust briefly into the spotlight during the campaign when Trump tweeted an unflattering image of her and disparaged her appearance.

 
 

A Harvard Business School graduate, she joined Goldman in 2005 and was promoted to managing director, the company’s second-highest rank, in 2012. During the George W. Bush administration, she worked for the National Security Council and ran the Latin American group at the Treasury Department.

 

Earlier: Trump Said to Seek World Bank Candidate Who Can Retain U.S. Grip

Ted Cruz drew boos at the Republican National Convention in July 2016, when he stopped short of endorsing Trump. Security officers escorted Heidi Cruz out of the arena after the speech as at least one Trump supporter shouted “Goldman Sachs” at her, CNN reported at the time.

Cruz later reversed his position and endorsed Trump. Heidi Cruz returned to Goldman Sachs after the campaign.

Catherine Frazier, a spokeswoman for Ted Cruz, said: “It was an honor for Heidi to be considered by the administration as a finalist for president of the World Bank.” 

El-Erian, 60, who also met with White House officials about the job, is a respected voice on the global economy and international financial markets. He is chief economic adviser at Allianz, and previously served as chief executive and co-chief investment officer at PIMCO. He was an economist at the International Monetary Fund and writes columns for Bloomberg Opinion.

Other candidates for the World Bank post include Ray Washburne, head of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation; Mark Green, head of the U.S. Agency for International Development; Robert Kimmitt, a former senior U.S. Treasury official, and Pepsico Inc. Chairman Indra Nooyi, the people familiar with the matter said.

Read More: Kim Stepping Down Early as World Bank President at Month End

The World Bank’s executive board oversees the selection of a new president and has invited member nations to put forward nominees between Feb. 7 and March 14. There appears to be little appetite outside the U.S. to challenge Trump’s choice for president of the bank -- traditionally led by an American -- as long as he selects someone credible, according to two people familiar with the matter.

Jim Yong Kim announced this month he’s leaving as president of the World Bank Group more than three years early to become vice chairman at investment firm Global Infrastructure Partners. The bank’s second in command, Kristalina Georgieva, will take over on an interim basis on Feb. 1.

Kim’s departure has reignited debate about the mission of the bank and America’s role as its biggest shareholder. Under an informal trans-Atlantic pact, an American has always run the World Bank while the managing director of its sister institution, the IMF, has always been European.

But the rising clout of countries such as China and India is driving support for a non-American candidate. “The changing global economic landscape makes the convention outdated. There are many excellent potential candidates across the globe, just as there probably are in the U.S.,” former U.S. IMF executive director and Treasury official Mark Sobel said in a recent article.

The bank’s executive board will publish a short list of three candidates and aims to pick a new president by mid-April. The ideal candidate would have experience managing large organizations, a vision for the World Bank’s development mission and a commitment to international cooperation, the board has said.

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