Carlo Monticelli is Director General for International Financial Relations in the Italian Ministry of the Economy and Finance and in this capacity he has long represented Italy in a wide spectrum of international fora, serving in different capacities, including EFC-EWG member, G7 and G20 Deputy, FSB member.
He is Alternate Governor for Italy in the World Bank, in the Asian Development Bank and in the African Development Bank, as well as Member of the Board of Directors of the European Investment Bank and of SACE, the Italian Export Credit and Insurance agency.
He has contributed to develop the Advance Market Commitment for Vaccines pilot project on pneumococcal disease, successfully completed with the support of international donors and partners, such as GAVI and the World Bank.
Until 2002, he served as an economist in senior posts, including Deputy Director in the Research Department of Bank of Italy and Head of European Economy - Global Markets Research, in Deutsche Bank, London.
His activities still include presentations at many conferences and workshops of international relevance, as well as teaching post-graduate courses. He has contributed several articles to academic journals and authored a book published by Oxford University Press.
International monetary economics
International Financial Istitutions
Global Economic Governance