Global Investigations Review quoted Brigida Benitez in a July 2 article titled "World Bank's INT Sees Another Management Change." The article discusses the departure of Stefan Koeberle, who oversaw the Integrity Vice Presidency's (INT) corruption and fraud prevention efforts for the World Bank’s anti-corruption unit. The World Bank posted a job opening for a new director of investigations, strategy and operations that appears to combine Koeberle's position with the old director of investigations' job. While the new director role includes prevention work, it appears more focused on managing investigations and enforcement.
Benitez, a former anti-corruption chief at the Inter-American Development Bank, says the decision to combine the investigations and strategy role "could be a reflection of a leaner operations strategy or simply a sign of the times that budgets are shrinking."
The full article can be read at Global Investigations Review (subscription required).