Matt began his career as a Transport Economist with the international consultancy firm Steer Davies Gleave, where he worked as a traffic advisor on transport PPP projects for a range of global clients including governments, sponsors, and financiers. He joined PwC’s UK Corporate Finance team in 2007, where he provided financial and deal structuring advice on both the “sell-side” and “bid-side” of a range of big ticket PPP and PFI transactions. He joined the World Bank’s Public Private Infrastructure Advisory Facility (PPIAF) in 2011 as the facility’s transport sector specialist and was appointed Acting Manager of the facility in 2014. He recently joined the Global Infrastructure Facility (GIF), a major new global funding platform for infrastructure projects housed at the World Bank, within which developed country governments, major development banks, and leading infrastructure investors collaborate to finance improved infrastructure in emerging and developing economies. Matt holds an MA in Transport Economics from the University of Leeds Institute for Transport Studies.