Paul Barbour is a Senior Risk Management Officer in the Economics and Policy Group of MIGA, the political risk insurance arm of the World Bank Group.
Paul worked previously for the International Finance Corporation (the private sector investment arm of the World Bank Group), as an economist and strategist. Prior to this he was a senior economic advisor in the UK's Department for International Development, advising on a number of projects across Africa. In his early career, Paul served as an economic adviser for the Government of Fiji.
Paul has a Master's Degree in Economics from Oxford University, and an MBA from the Yale School of Management. He is also a Chartered Financial Analyst.
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