VICTOR MULAS joined the World Bank Group in 2010, where he has been working on the intersection of innovation, disruptive technologies and entrepreneurship, advising governments and companies on how to leverage technology innovation and startup ingenuity to navigate economic disruption and solve the most pressing challenges they face. He has set up and mainstreamed global innovation programs at the Bank, including the Disruptive Technology for Development Program (DT4D) and the Innovation Acceleration Program. He is currently based in Tokyo, where he is the Head of the Tokyo Development Learning Center (TDLC). Before joining the World Bank Group, Victor worked in global consulting and legal firms, advising governments and multinational companies on technology regulatory strategy. He holds an MBA from the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University.