Loïc Chiquier is the Senior Advisor of the World Bank Finance, Competitiveness and Innovation Global Practice. He holds the primary responsibility for global engagement on a range of high-priority financial sector issues such as long-term finance, capital markets development, disaster risk management, green finance and financial inclusion. As a Senior Advisor, he also works on strategic and operational leadership tasks.
Previously, he served as the Director for the World Bank as the Director for Financial and Private Sector Development in the Middle East and North Africa region (MENA) and Director for Capital Market Development.
Loic has considerable experience in the development of securities markets, institutional investors, investment policy, innovative insurance, banking and non-banking sector reforms, accessible housing finance markets and finance to small medium size enterprises. Loic also led many advisory and knowledge initiatives, as well as transaction projects in the areas of urban development, housing and infrastructure finance.
Loic has worked in more than 40 emerging economies. Prior to joining the World Bank Group, he served as Director for Crédit Foncier in Central Europe and Advisor for Housing Finance Reforms to the Government of Poland. Loic holds degrees from École Polytechnique, École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées and the Institut des Sciences Politiques de Paris.