Carlo Segni joined the World Bank in 1999. He first joined the Private and Financial Sector Development Department in the East Europe and Central Asia Region focusing on banking sector reforms. In January 2007, Mr. Segni joined the Capital Markets Department as Lead Financial Officer for the Derivatives and Structured Finance Unit of the Treasury. Within Treasury, Mr. Segni has worked as structure products and swap trader, while maintaining business and client/investors relations focusing on the Japanese, US and LATAM markets. Mr. Segni is now focusing on the development of innovative capital markets solutions leveraging on the structuring capabilities of the Treasury of the World Bank. To this extent, he is increasingly engaged in natural disaster risk management solutions, longevity and mortality risk transfer and infrastructure financing. He worked extensively on several initiatives, to include Mexico/FONDEN 2009, 2012 and 2017, CCRIF, the Pacific Risk Insurance program, the Philippines Regional Pool transfer and the Pandemic Emergency Financing Facility (PEF), the Four Countries Cat Bond (Pacific Alliance). Before joining the World Bank, Mr. Segni worked as Trader and Portfolio Manager for the New York Branch of Intesa-San Paolo IMI Bank, the largest Italian commercial bank. He holds a Master in Science and Finance from the George Washington University and a Degree in Economics from the University of Rome, La Sapienza.