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Baris Dincer to join EBRD as Head of Ankara Office




Baris Dincer will report to Istanbul-based Arvid Tuerkner (photo: EBRD)
Baris Dincer will report to Istanbul-based Arvid Tuerkner (photo: EBRD)
TURKEY. The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) announced on Monday 20 May 2019 the appointment of Turkish Baris Dincer as head of the Ankara office and deputy director of the bank in Turkey.

Reporting to Arvid Tuerkner, EBRD director for Turkey in Istanbul, he will take up his post on 24 June 2019 to succeed Huseyin Ozhan, who has been called to London as adviser to EBRD Vice-President Alain Pilloux.

Baris Dincer will be in charge of the bank's cooperation with the Turkish government, international financial institutions, diplomatic missions and civil society organisations based in the Turkish capital. His office has a staff of 14.

He holds a postgraduate degree from the City University of London, an MBA from Bilkent University in Ankara and a PhD in Public Policy Research from Harvard University.

The future Head of Office currently works at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) as one of the main partners of the public sector consulting teams for Turkey and the wider region. Baris Dincer has also worked for the Turkish Privatisation Agency, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) in Paris, the ARGE consulting firm in Istanbul and the World Bank.

 

Frédéric Dubessy


Monday, May 20th 2019



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