Vice President, Department of Compact Operations
Kamran Khan is Vice President of the Department of Compact Operations at the Millennium Challenge Corporation. Mr. Khan is responsible for overseeing MCC’s $9 billion compact grant program portfolio, and manages the agency’s engagement with partner country governments and civil societies to reduce poverty and generate sustainable economic growth. Mr. Khan is responsible for ensuring rigorous stewardship of U.S. Government resources, establishing partnerships with the private sector and development partners, and promoting MCC’s principles of country ownership, accountability and achieving results.
Prior to joining MCC, Mr. Khan served as Program Director of the World Bank Global Infrastructure Finance Center of Excellence in Singapore. He established the World Bank Group (WBG) office in Singapore in 2009, and worked with Government of Singapore to create a WBG hub focused on infrastructure finance. He also led the WB’s Infrastructure Finance Practice in East Asia and was a member of WB’s Global Expert Team on Public Private Partnerships (PPPs). He has led numerous PPP projects in developing countries to financial close.
Mr. Khan was a member of the Board (Asia) of International Project Finance Association, and served as a Technical Advisor on Infrastructure Finance to APEC Business Advisory Council. He has also served as a member of the Task Force on Investment and Infrastructure for the B-20, and was Advisor to ASEAN.
Mr. Khan’s experience includes investment banking and advisory services with Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan Chase, and LEK Consulting. He also served as a U.S. Foreign Service Officer with the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), where he was instrumental in the launch of USAID’s global project finance and guarantee facility.
Mr. Khan holds an MBA from the University of Chicago, and a Master of Science in International Development and Master of Government Administration from the University of Pennsylvania.