Eric Bouyé is leading the Quantitative Strategies and Asset Allocation team at the World Bank Treasury, in charge of the design of quantitative financial solutions for investments, capital markets, and sovereign policies. He provides advisory for World Bank clients including central banks, sovereign funds and Ministries of Finance. Eric has 20+ years of asset management and capital markets experience. Prior to joining the Bank, he was Senior Strategist at the Fonds de Réserve pour les Retraites (FRR).
He was previously Director, Investment Products and Strategies, and, Director, Structuring Team for Asia (based in Tokyo) at Sociéte Générale AM. Eric holds a Ph.D. in Finance from Cass Business School, London, and a Magistere in International Economics and Finance from the University of Bordeaux. He has been Adjunct Professor in various universities, including the University la Sorbonne (Paris 1) and has published in some academic journals (e.g. Finance, European Journal of Finance). He is co‐organizer of the BIS/World Bank Public Investors Conference, the Public Debt Management Conference, and an active member of the G20 Investor Forum organization team. His current areas of focus include quantitative investment strategies, artificial intelligence and natural language processing.