Alan Gill ’s career has included significant involvement with multilateral development banks, as well as with the public and private sectors in Canada and abroad. Mr. Gill has conducted pioneering work in the fields of capital market and private sector development. He has led numerous Canadian delegations to a wide variety of international meetings dealing with both technical and policy issues. Amongst others Mr. Gill occupied important posts at the Asian Development Bank, including Executive Director for Canada , the Netherlands and the Nordic countries, and then, on the staff of the Bank, as Treasurer and later Director of Private Sector Development. He also was a member of the Board of Directors of the Inter-American Development Bank.
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John Coleman’s career has been in international finance, development and trade, in the Government of Canada, in international organizations, in Canada ’s national university association, and in private consulting. His posts have included heading the international activities of the Department of Finance of Canada , as Assistant Deputy Minister, heading the Canadian International Trade Tribunal, as Chairman, and representing Canada as Executive Director at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development in London . Early in his career he worked at the International Monetary Fund in Washington D.C. and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development in Paris.
John C. Coleman
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Christoph Hoischen’s career spans the financing and energy sectors in Northern Africa, the Americas, Europe, and India. His background encompasses project, export and carbon financing, natural gas distribution and trading, project and business development, as well as financing in leading corporations such as BNP-Paribas, e.on-Ruhrgas and General Electric. He has conducted pioneering work in the fields of renewable energy financing and contributes to fora such as UNCTAD, UNEP or the World Ressource Institute.