Mouhamadou Kane

Mouhamadou Kane is currently a Senior Legal Counsel at the Islamic Development Bank, a multilateral financial institution owned by fifty-six member states. His role primarily entails designing legal and policy solutions for successful delivery of development projects in the member States. Mouhamadou has previously worked in the international trade sector, where he contributed to the delivery of legal advisory projects helping developing countries to better integrate into the multilateral trade system.

Mouhamadou is currently completing an Executive Masters in Public Administration at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Previously he obtained a doctorate degree in International Law, and a Masters in International Economic Relations Law from Universite de Cergy-Pontoise. Mouhamadou also received a Maîtrise (one year post-graduate degree) in International and European Law and his Licence en droit (Bachelors) from Paul Cezanne University Aix-Marseille III.

During the fellowship year, Mouhamadou intends to acquire in-depth knowledge of the US banking and finance system and its laws and regulations through tailored academic study and practical experience in major financial institutions. Mouhamadou plans to use the knowledge gained during the program to design and implement successful economic and financial law reform solutions in developing countries.