Board of Directors
|Jeffrey Brampton Mundy||Brampton Mundy was formerly CEO of FMFB-Tajikistan and prior to that amassed more than 30 years of experience in various divisions of HSBC Bank in Europe, various locations in South and East Asia and the Middle East, including as Chairman of the Management Board of HSBC Bank in Kazakhstan, and as Regional Director of HSBC Bank in Eastern India. He has also served on the boards of banks in Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan and as a Trustee of several UK-based charities. Brampton holds a Bachelor of Law Degree from Oxford University and a Masters of International Law from the University of London.|
|Jesse Culain Fripp||
Jesse Fripp is the General Manager of the Aga Khan Agency for Microfinance, a member agency of the Aga Khan Development Network. He provides strategic and governance leadership to an inclusive finance investment portfolio of three fully regulated commercial banks, seven nonbank finance companies, and a regional financial holding company. He also serves on the Boards of Supervisors for the First MicroFinance Bank institutions in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Tajikistan, the Board of Directors of the First MicroFinance Foundation Egypt, as well as the Executive Committees for the Aga Khan Agency for Habitat and the Aga Khan Health Services. Jesse’s prior experience includes executive and senior roles with Enclude Ltd, ShoreBank International, Bearing Point Emerging Markets, and Global Communities/Vitas Finance. He has also taught as an Adjunct Professor at the George Washington University. Jesse holds a Masters in Public Management from the University of Maryland and a BA from Warren Wilson College.
|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.|