Name: Nuno Mota Pinto
Occupation: World Bank´s Alternate Executive Director for Italy, Albania, Greece, Malta, Portugal, San Marino and Timor-Leste
Fields of Expertise: financial mechanisms for development, economic growth, globalization, poverty-reduction, approaches to economic and financial crisis, civic and political movements
Nuno Mota Pinto has been the Alternate Executive Director for Italy, Albania, Greece, Malta, Portugal, San Marino and Timor-Leste at the World Bank Group since 2003.
During the past decade, he has worked on financing for development, globalization, poverty-reduction, country strategies, and global challenges and approaches to economic and financial crisis, especially within the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Mota Pinto started his career in 1994 and for a decade worked as a financial analyst at Banco Português de Investimento, S.A., an investment bank in Portugal. He specialized in areas of investment and merchant banking activities. Prior to his nomination as Alternate Executive Director, he served as Deputy Director at Project Finance/Institutional and Municipal Banking Department.
Mota Pinto also represents Portugal at the Global Environment Facility and advised on Portugal’s relation with the International Monetary Fund in the context of the adjustment program co-financed by the IMF from 2011 to 2014. He was also Portugal’s representative in the Multilateral Investment Fund Council of donors and on some IDA replenishment processes.
He is a member of the Consultative Group of the Director of the Economics Department of Coimbra University, Portugal and of the Consultative Group of the Program of Partnership for Development of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.