Nina Shapiro has over 30 years of global experience in international finance and business development. She has worked extensively with the private and public sectors to create infrastructure and productive enterprises; and with senior government and banking officials to help open domestic capital markets in Asia, South America and the Mid-east.
Nina was the Vice President Finance and Treasurer of the World Bank Group’s International Finance Corporation (IFC) from 2000 until she retired in 2011. In these roles, Nina managed IFC’s funding, liquid asset investments, asset liability management and the Corporation’s initiatives in structured finance and in local currency and risk hedging instruments.
Previously, she has held several prominent positions at the World Bank as Principal Financial Analyst for Asia Infrastructure and Director of Project Finance and Guarantees, where she developed the Bank’s partial risk guarantee instrument in project finance and the partial credit guarantee in capital market transactions.
Currently, Nina serves on the boards of Man Group, Mountain Partners, Zyfin Financial Products and Identiv. She is also a Senior Operating Advisor for New Silk Route PE (S Asia), and is on the Investment Management Advisory Council for Zurich.
Nina holds a BA from Smith College, an MBA from Harvard Business School, where she received a Sheldon Fellowship, and a Masters in Planning from Harvard Graduate School of Design. In 2010, she received the Euroweek Lifetime Achievement Award for her contributions to capital markets.
Nina became a Rheingau Club member in 2016.
“I was introduced to Rheingau by its key investor Mt Partners, and was immediately impressed by the clear quality of the partners and their drive to create significant value through tech innovation, It is a great opportunity to be associated with a team that has a broad and creative strategic view, that is well combined with follow-through on implementation.”