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The United States played a leading role in the creation of the World Bank Group on December 27, 1945.
The U.S. Executive Director is nominated by the President of the United States and confirmed by the U.S. Senate. The current U.S. Executive Director is Ian H. Solomon.
The U.S. Executive Director represents the United States on the Board of Directors of the World Bank Group, and has oversight of the Bank’s governance and annual commitments of over $50 billion for the implementation of the World Bank Mission to eradicate global poverty and create sustainable development.
As an official of the World Bank, the U.S. Executive Director has a duty to support the mission of the World Bank, as well as to represent the interests of the United States and enforce legislative mandates established by the U.S. Congress.