Jin Liqun aims for ‘strong culture’ at AIIB as he is named president-elect


Jin Liqun has identified the creation of a "strong institutional culture" at the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) as a key priority, following his selection as 'president-designate' earlier this week.

Jin won the support of the 'chief negotiators' representing the 'prospective founding members' of the AIIB – 57 countries have signed up – but must still be elected by its board of governors. He currently heads the Multilateral Interim Secretariat for Establishing the AIIB.

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