Dr. Daniela Klingebiel is the Manager of the Reserve Advisory and Management Partnership (RAMP). RAMP provides advisory and training as well as asset management services to central banks, public pension funds, and sovereign wealth funds. It now has more than 75 clients globally with assets under management of $26 billion and works with clients to enhance their asset management policies, frameworks, and practices. She has over twenty years of asset management, financial, and capital markets experience. She has published extensively in the areas of pension management, capital markets, banking, financial crises, and enterprise and financial sector restructuring in leading professional and academic journals.
Prior to her current position, Dr. Klingebiel was the Principal Portfolio Manager in the World Bank’s Pension and Endowment Department. She was responsible for the team that built and managed a private credit portfolio and emerging market equity portfolio. Before that, she built up and co-managed a fund of hedge funds portfolio. When she joined the Pension Department, she was responsible for the currency overlay and global tactical asset allocation program. In addition to her portfolio management responsibilities, she also led research projects on portfolio construction, manager alpha, factor risks exposure, impact on market structure on asset prices and developing models to assess current macro-economic risks. She also developed a currency trading model for developed market currencies.
Dr. Klingebiel also worked in the World Bank’s Research, and Financial Sector Policy and Strategy Departments as well as in two regional departments. In that capacity, she advised governments on financial sector policies and regulatory frameworks and researched banking systems, capital markets, and banking and financial system crises and their resolution mechanisms. She joined the World Bank in 1995.
Dr. Klingebiel earned her doctorate degree in economics at the Albert-Ludwigs-University in Freiburg, Germany along with a Master of Arts in Political Science and Master of Science in Economics.