Mohamed Farid is a Principal Portfolio Manager, managing $3 billion portfolio of the absolute return strategies at the World Bank Pension Fund in Washington D.C. He has extensive experience investing directly in hedge funds and he is an active member of the Investment Committee of the Pension Plan of the World Bank.
Prior to joining the World Bank Pension Plan in 2001, Mohamed worked for Deloitte & Touche and KPMG financial consulting groups. Mohamed started his career in commercial banking and worked in several positions in Treasury and Trade finance functions. He holds a Master’s degree from the Johns Hopkins University in International economics and political science as well as Master’s degree in Banking and Finance from Finafrica foundation in Milan, Italy.