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Private: Roland Mwesigwa Banya


Roland M. Banya is a development finance specialist with 10 years’ experience on the African continent. Roland possesses strong skills in research and analysis. He has also gained significant experience in project management; particularly proposal development, monitoring and evaluation, management of budgets and capacity building.

Roland has research experience working with the African Centre for a Green Economy, Green Economy Coalition, Africagrowth Institute, the World Bank as well as for Business Unity South Africa. His research interests stem from development finance, public finance as well as international and financial economics. He is an avid reader and aspiring writer.

Qualifications
  • Bachelor’s in Economics, the University of Cape Town
  • MSc in International Finance and Economic Development, the University of Kent
  • PhD in Finance, the University of Cape Town’s Graduate School of Business

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