Daniel became in July 2015 Director EBRD in Serbia, which is responsible for annual investments averaging Euro 480 million per year. Daniel joined EBRD in 1995, coming from the US Department of Treasury, and served as Advisor in the US Executive Director for three years. In 1997, he transferred to full-time EBRD staff within the Banking Department, where he worked for the Financial Institutions Team. In 2000, he moved to Almaty Kazakhstan, where he developed the Bank’s operations across sectors. From Kazakhstan, in 2004, Daniel became Head of Office in the Kyrgyz Republic, managing the office and overall operations. He was then asked to assume a similar role in Albania in 2007, followed by a Director’s position for Bulgaria. In August 2015, he took over the role of Director for Serbia. Daniel is educated in the US, at Rutgers College and Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.
All Sessions by Daniel Berg
Panel 9: Greening the Economy
Green Agenda and implementation of the Sofia Declaration; EU’s ESG criteria- what does it mean for the WB6 businesses and how to progress towards more responsible, greener economy; how can businesses improve corporate governance to contribute to green goals; how can local administration and businesses work together and support each other in implementation of Green Agenda