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Board of Directors

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  Jeffrey Brampton Mundy, Chairman Brampton Mundy is the former CEO of FMFB-Tajikistan and has more than 30 years of experience in various divisions of HSBC Bank in Europe, Asia and Middle East. During the recent years (2004-1997) he worked as Chairman of the Management Board of HSBC Bank in Kazakhstan, and, consequently, as Regional Director of HSBC Bank in Eastern India. Brampton holds a Bachelor of Law Degree from Oxford University and a Masters of International Law from the University of London.
  Jesse Culain Fripp, Member Jesse Fripp is the General Manager of the Aga Khan Agency for Microfinance, based in Geneva, representing the founding shareholder in FMFB-A. He has nearly 25 years of international experience in strategic leadership and governance, inclusive finance delivery, digital finance systems, capital strategy, and organizational development. Mr. Fripp has worked extensively in business operations, including strategic and governance oversight of an enterprise group asset base in excess of 600$ million and over 5,000 employees, and has executive leadership experience in leading enterprises and institutions in the area of inclusive finance and the inclusive economy worldwide. He has provided policy advice and technical guidance to public and private sector institutions including the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the State Bank of Pakistan, the Afghanistan Ministry of Rural Reconstruction & Development (MRRD), the Microfinance Investment Support Facility for Afghanistan (MISFA), the Global Agriculture and Food Security Program (World Bank), the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister of Ethiopia, and numerous others.
  Olaf Zymelka, Member Olaf Zymelka joined KfW in 2001 and has held several positions with KfW Entwicklungsbank. Since early 2017 he has been the Director for Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia. He is responsible for KfW’s development and promotional activities in this region, managing financial cooperation programs and projects in the sectors energy and energy efficiency, financial sector development, municipal infrastructure, environment protection and health sector development. Prior to this position, he was Director for Afghanistan and Pakistan (2014-17) and Deputy Director for the MENA Region (2013-14). From 2004 to 2012 he was engaged in several positions for Western Balkans, Turkey and Eastern Europe.
  George David Woods, Member David has extensive experience in financial and non-financial boards.  He is a director of NZ Green Investment Finance and of Whai Rawa Fund Ltd, a trustee of The Gift Trust, former Chair of the Impact Enterprise Fund, and Deputy Chair of the NZ National Advisory Board on Impact Investing.  He also sits on two overseas boards for the Aga Khan Foundation as an independent director, First Microfinance Bank Afghanistan, and First Microfinance Company Egypt.