World Bank Group president Jim Yong Kim has released a statement about Ivanka Trump's involvement in a fund for women entrepreneurs to be administered by the World Bank (which Trump told our own Mike Allen about on Tuesday):
"The World Bank Group is working with partners on the details around creating a facility for women's economic empowerment, specifically through providing access to finance, markets, and networks. Typically, the governance of facilities we manage is decided among donors, and the secretariat sits within and is administered by the World Bank Group. We are very grateful for the leadership Ms. Trump and Chancellor Merkel have demonstrated on this important issue."
Axios' Dan Primack still has some questions about the fund, including whether Trump or adviser Dina Powell will be actively soliciting contributions while working in the White House.