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@KGeorgievaEU : Form @WorldBankr  President James Wolfensohn’s words #corruptionn  remain true tod #IACC2020y 

This #InternationalAnticorruptionDay , we pay tribute to Former World Bank Group President James D. Wolfensohn who put fighting corruption on the agenda at the @WorldBank . Remember his legacy: : #WBGArchives 

James Wolfensohn, former president of the World Bank and his senior team did more than most to support me and Jubilee 2000 to achieve debt cancellation for about 35 countries. May he Rest in Peace. via @FT 

Sydney's gift to international finance, James D. Wolfensohn, from Sydney Boys High to leading and reforming the World Bank in a tumultuous decade, among other things. Can't think of any Australian in finance who achieved so much.

Yes, investment banking made him wealthy, but he kept perspective. He could have continued to make much, much more money as an investment banker - or he could achieve something. The comparison with those for whom everything is never enough is invidious. james wolfensohn'>Vale James Wolfensohn.

The actions of James Wolfensohn (ex President World Bank) helped alleviate poverty in the developing world. His recent death reminds us of the legacy he leaves behind. This episode features an 2010 interview with him after the release of his memoirs:

james wolfensohn'>Vale James Wolfensohn Throughout his lifetime, Wolfensohn’s unmatched and relentless drive for success led to him reaching not only the pinnacle of international sport but business, finance and even music. 📸 @australian 

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I’m saddened to hear of the passing of James Wolfensohn. Jim, former President of the @WorldBank , was deeply committed to fighting corruption and improving the lives of the poor around the world.

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James Wolfensohn, who served as the president of the World Bank for 10 years, has died at age 86. He was also a lover of the arts, serving stints as chair of Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.

James D. Wolfensohn, an investment banker who helped arrange a bailout of Chrysler and headed the World Bank, died Wednesday at his home in Manhattan

James Wolfensohn, the onetime Salomon Brothers partner who became one of its longest-serving leaders of the World Bank, has died. He was 86

James D. Wolfensohn, an investment banker who left a deep imprint on cultural organizations and led World Bank through tumultuous decade, dies at 86. RIP, Jim.

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