主讲人：Sir Danny Alexander，亚洲基础投资银行（亚投行）副行长
Sir Danny Alexander will explain the process of establishing the AIIB as well as the high standards of governance within the AIIB, and why this is of benefit to all members of the Bank. Then some conclusions about the continued importance of multilateral governance frameworks to facilitate economic co-operation and resolve problems in today’s world
The Right Honorable Sir Danny Alexander is Vice President and Corporate Secretary of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank. He joined the AIIB in February 2016, two months after the Bank was inaugurated. He is a member of the senior management team, with responsibility for governance and the Bank’s relations with its 57 shareholders, Board of Governors, and Board of Directors.
Prior to this Sir Danny Alexander was one of the founders and leaders of the first UK coalition government since World War II. Sir Danny has over 20 years of professional experience. From 2010-2015 he served as a senior minister in the UK Treasury from 2010-2015, where he secured more than ￡100 billion of public expenditure savings. He has played an active role in driving international cooperation on tax, trade and transparency during the UK G8 presidency. A seasoned negotiator and communicator, Sir Danny has engaged with diverse stakeholders and partners on key public policies. He led the work on UK infrastructure policy and delivery, leading to the first National Infrastructure Plan, which is now embedded as an annual process. He helped to establish the Green Investment Bank in the UK and to develop and implement the UK Guarantee Scheme for infrastructure.
Sir Danny is a Visiting Fellow at Nuffield College, Oxford University, and an Honorary Fellow at St Anne’s College, Oxford. He has a BA in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics from Oxford University