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Belgian representatives

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Biography Bruno Debergh

Since July 2019, Bruno Debergh is the Belgian Director’s Advisor at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) for the Constituency composed of Belgium, Luxembourg and Slovenia.

After several years at the Ministry of Agriculture, where he was responsible for following and monitoring issues related to the Single Market project, Bruno Debergh joined in 1994 the Debt Department of the Belgian Treasury. His responsibilities there were, amongst others, foreign currency funding and associated derivative transactions, pricing financial contracts and the design of a credit risk management system.

From October 1998 up to July 2019, Bruno was Deputy Director for Strategy and Risk Management at the Belgian Debt Agency, where he supervised a small team which formulates the annual strategy for the Belgian public debt and which monitors the market and credit risk inherent in managing that debt.

Over the years Bruno Debergh has done a number of consulting missions related to debt management for institutions such as the World Bank, the IMF and the European Commission. And he has regularly advised a number of Belgian public institutions – Finexpo, NIRAS and the General Administration of Taxation - in matters of finance and risk management.

Bruno Debergh holds a Master in German Philology from the University of Ghent and a Special Master in Economics from the University of Brussels.