Rob Dressen is a banker with 25 years of experience in microfinance, commercial banking, and financial advisory services. He worked for Meridien BIAO S.A. for three years and Chase Manhattan Bank for 15 years, where he specialized in trade finance, branch operations, and credit and risk management. On joining DAI in 1997, he served as Chief of Party for two U.S. Agency for International Development-funded microfinance projects in Haiti—projects that became the microfinance reference point for all donors working in Haiti. Subsequently, in the Bethesda office, Rob led DAI’s technical service offerings in economics, business, and finance. In his current position, he is charged with ensuring professionalism, quality assurance, and efficiency in DAI’s project delivery.

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