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Dr. Leila Elmasry

Dr. Leila Elmasry | Financial Services ICT infrastructure, Central Bank payment systems
Expertise Dr. Leila Elmasry is an international consultant with over 30 years of world-wide experience in the banking and financial sector, dealing with the concerns of Central Banks, Stock Exchanges, Inter-bank organizations and commercial banks. Most of her experience is in financial and banking systems, covering the whole scope, from the strategy of the reform, to implementation supervision and project management. She has managed the tendering, evaluation and selection processes for the procurement of the systems.
Work with T/TI
Other Professional Experience Dr. Elmasry has been involved in the World Bank projects in leading countries as well as emerging economies (20 Central Banks serving 32 countries). Most recently, Dr. Elmasry participated in CBIs Roadmap 1400 project where she proposed a future model and an action plan for monetary policy, banking supervision, payment systems, currency management, banking services for state and public institutions and Technologies. During 2010-2013 she consulted African Development Bank on assessment of African microfinance institutions to payment instruments and payment systems in the WAEMU region. In 2012 she consulted Gabonese General Treasury and Gabonese Tax Authority on payment systems. In 2008, she designed and led procurement of the MIS for the Central Bank of Morocco. During 2004-2008 she was working on the Financial System Infrastructure Modernization Project for the Bank of Algeria and commercial banks.
Education, Languages Dr. Elmasry holds a PhD (Docteur Ingénieur) in Information Systems; Master in Information Processing and Master in Computer Structure and Systems Architecture from the Université de PARIS XI, France. Her Bachelor is in Electronic and Telecommunications Engineering from the Ein Shams University, Egypt. She is a native Arabic and French speaker, fluent in English.
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