What is RAMP?
RAMP is a program developed within the World Bank Treasury that builds human capital, delivers asset management services, and convenes a network of practitioners—all in one. Established in the early 2000s, the program serves over 70 members, including mostly central banks as well as public pension funds, sovereign wealth funds, and international financial institutions. Together, RAMP members manage nearly $2 trillion of sovereign assets.
Mission & Development Impact
RAMP aims to strengthen the investment management capacities of public sector institutions so they may efficiently manage public assets, and aims to deliver high-quality asset management services efficiently on a cost-recovery basis, while protecting members’ interest. The mission of RAMP directly supports the twin goals of the World Bank Group, to advance shared prosperity and end extreme poverty.