Welcoming Anthony Way, Associate Director, Inclusive Growth

Wednesday 12 August 2015

Anthony Way brings nearly 30 years’ of experience including over 18 in international development from consultancy, donor, and social entrepreneurship perspectives, with primary expertise in private sector development, development finance and broad programme management.

He spent seven years living in Africa and Central Asia.

He previously worked for DFID in Africa and in the UK (including as Deputy Head of the PSD department), and for both UNDP on the investment climate in Uzbekistan and for DAI on the design, implementation and evaluation of PSD programmes.

Anthony was the co-founder of DFID’s early engagement with M4P, managed rural banking, BDS, microfinance and business enabling environment projects and, more recently, development finance via managing the UK shareholdings in CDC, the IFC and EBRD.

He has also held UK private sector marketing and business development roles in financial and professional services.

Anthony has an MBA from City Business School, London and a BSc. Econ from London University.

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