「ADB Career Presentation」
7月11日 11:00~14:00 (本郷キャンパス 工学部14号館429-433教室)
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING CORRECTION.
Those who have registered or will register for individual consultation with ADB staff at GSDM 73rd Platform Seminar “ADB Career Presentation” are asked to e-mail his/her CV to GSDM Office by noon on Thursday, July 7, rather than only to bring it at the individual consultation with ADB staff as instructed earlier. The following link would be one of the useful sources of information to help prepare a CV (or resume).
Please include a summary of your background and strength in no more than 100 words at the beginning of your CV (or resume). A CV (curriculum vitae) provides a summary of your experience and skills in two or three pages at least, which is typically longer than a resume in one or two pages.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is the leading international development finance institution dedicated to reducing poverty and improving quality of life in the Asia and the Pacific region. Since its founding in 1966, ADB has been driven by an inspiration and dedication to improving people’s lives.
ADB’s team will be visiting The University of Tokyo for a career presentation on July 11, 2016. Students and alumni with a strong interest in pursuing a career in development are invited to this presentation about ADB’s strategic overview and talent needs.
|Speakers||： Toshio Oya, Director General, Budget, Personnel and Management
Systems Department (BPMSD), ADB
Yoshie Shibata, Business Partner for ADB’s Board Group and
President’s Group, ADB
Chikako Horiuchi, Risk Management Specialist, Credit Portfolio
Monitoring Division, Office of Risk Management, ADB
|Facilitator||： Toshiro Nishizawa, Project Professor, Graduate School of Public
Policy, The University of Tokyo
|Venue||： Room 429/433, Engineering Building 14, Hongo Campus|
|Date&Time||： 11:00-14:00, 11 July 2016|
|Schedule||： 11:00-11:05||Opening remarks by Prof. Toshiro Nishizawa|
– Keynote address by Mr. Toshio Oya, DG
– ADB Careers by Ms. Yoshie Shibata
– Testimonial by staff
– Group Q&A
|12:00-13:00||Networking, lunch and individual Q&A
*Snacks and drinks will be provided.
◉Interested participants can register from here by noon, July 7.
*Please bring your CV if you wish to have individual consultations with ADB officers.
respectively. He is also Bar certified in Japan and the USA, and holds a US CPA. He joined the Ministry of Finance of Japan in 1986 where he held various positions. He has also worked at the International Monetary Fund as a Senior Advisor to Japan’s Executive Director and the World Bank as the Alternate Executive Director for Japan. With over 28 years of professional experience, he brings expertise and experience in budget management and financial regulations, public pension schemes, the management of human resources issues at international institutions, including diversity and compensation. Prior to joining ADB, he was a Director for Policy Planning and Research at the Ministry of Finance, responsible for the macroeconomic analysis of the Japanese and foreign economies as well as formulating economic policy measures to sustain and boost the Japanese economy.
with the Young Professionals Program, then learning and development, and policy and programs including ADB’s first institutional mentoring program.
Prior to joining ADB, she worked for the World Bank’s Human Resources Vice Presidency and African Region as a consultant, working mainly on performance management and mentoring initiatives. She started her professional career as a civil servant in her hometown in Okayama, Japan, and worked on various project base deliverables.
Ms. Shibata holds a Master’s degree in Education and Human Development from the George Washington University, Washington, DC, USA, and a Bachelor’s degree in Linguistics from Notre Dame Seishin University, Okayama, Japan.
ratings to bond issuers. She was a member of the rating committee for financial institutions in emerging Asia markets and was an APAC representative in the global peer comparison working group. Before Fitch Ratings, she was an Advisor for Economic Affairs at the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Bangkok where she evaluated and researched on development projects to aid in decision making for continued government funding. She was also a part of the negotiation team for the Japan-Thailand Free Trade Agreement and provided analysis on chapters related to financial institutions. Ms. Horiuchi started her career as an Analyst in the Investment Banking division of J.P. Morgan Securities in Tokyo.
She obtained her Master’s degree in Economics from Hitosubashi University, Japan and Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Tohoku University, Japan.
professor at the Osaka School of International Public Policy (OSIPP) of Osaka University, a lecturer at GraSPP and a visiting professor at both Chulalongkorn University in Thailand and the Escola de Administração de Empresas de São Paulo da Fundação Getulio Vargas (EAESP-FGV) in Brazil.
Mr. Nishizawa holds a BA from Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, a BA in economics from the University of Tokyo and an MSc in economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.