Areas of Expertise:
Leading figure in international corporate governance for more than two decades.
Co-Founder of corporate governance and investor stewardship consultancy that includes private asset managers and major development finance institutions (IFC, EBRD, European DFIs) among its clients
Founded the corporate governance practice of International Finance Corporation (World Bank Group), developed the IFC Corporate Governance Methodology and established corporate governance as a key component of development finance institutions’ mission.
Advises governments, regulators, Institutional Investors and companies on corporate governance, stewardship and sustainability.
Regular contributor to the work of the OECD Corporate Governance Committee.
Author (with George Dallas) of Governance, Stewardship and Sustainability (2021).
Co-Founder and Managing Director, Valoris Stewardship Catalysts.
Adjunct Professor of Sustainable Finance and Impact Investing, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.
Managing Director, Corporate Governance and Sustainability, Cartica Management (Global Emerging Markets equity fund; 2007 – 2019).
Manager, Corporate Governance Practice, International Finance Corporation (1997-2007).
Private Sector Regulatory Specialist (capital market regulation), World Bank (1994-1997).
Associate, Cleary, Gottlieb, Stein & Hamilton (1987-1994).
J.D. New York University Law School
MPA Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University
AB Government, Harvard College