Senior Advisor, Sustainable Finance and Infrastructure
David Uzsoki works as a Senior Advisor in sustainable finance and infrastructure finance with the economic law and policy program. He applies his financial industry experience to explore innovative financial solutions to attract private investment into sustainable assets.
His more recent projects include the development of the Sustainable Asset Valuation (SAVi) tool and its application to a wide range of projects globally.
Among other areas, he provides project finance expertise to model the financial impact of environmental and social externalities and leads the engagement with investors and other financial stakeholders demonstrating the business case for sustainability. He is also the main expert in digital finance and blockchain related projects.
David Uzsoki is a well-established finance professional with many years of experience from Credit Suisse and Morgan Stanley, where he has been working in investment banking and wealth management respectively. As a client advisor at Morgan Stanley he provided advisory, execution and custody services to family offices, high net worth individuals and asset managers.
David holds a Bachelor in Business Administration and Masters in International Finance and is located in Geneva, Switzerland.
- Tokenization of Infrastructure: A blockchain-based solution to financing sustainable infrastructureThis reports presents how tokenization can address some of the fundamental challenges of financing sustainable infrastructure projects.
- Infrastructure Banks: Solutions and best practicesThis discussion paper features infrastructure bank best practices and recommendations for countries exploring similar models to support their infrastructure pipelines.
- The Role of Public Procurement in Deploying Sustainable InfrastructureThis report discusses how to maximise value-for-money when procuring sustainable infrastructure.