Helena Dill is a consultant at the World Bank Treasury based in Washington, DC. She is part of a team of financial specialists that provide advice to countries on sustainable finance as well as design and implement financial solutions to help clients mobilize finance for development and manage financial, disaster, and commodity risks.
Before joining the WB, Ms. Dill was a government official in Brazil’s federal government, having had several technical and managerial positions. As a Manager at the Brazilian National Treasury, she was responsible for negotiating and approving loans made by subnational entities with MDBs and other banks and for granting the sovereign guarantee. She also served as an advisor at the public-private partnership unit at the Presidency of the Republic and the Ministry of Finance, structuring infrastructure projects in diverse sectors (tourism, forest, energy, national parks, oil and gas, airports), designing the privatization of state-owned enterprises, and advising on regulatory policy reforms of financial markets and other industries (energy, water, aviation, tourism).
Ms. Dill has a Master’s in Public Policy from Georgetown University and a Master’s in Development Economics from the Federal University of Paraná in Brazil.