By continuing to browse this website you are agreeing to our use of cookie. Nick O’Donohoe joined CDC as its Chief Executive in June 2017 and is also a member of the CDC Board. He was previously a Senior Adviser to the Bill and Noble investment group careers Gates Foundation where he specialised in the use of blended finance models to support the work of the Foundation.

He served as its Chief Executive Officer from 2011 to December 2015. BSC is an independent financial institution established by the UK Government as “the world’s first social investment bank” and is capitalised with unclaimed UK bank accounts and investment by the largest UK banks. Previously Nick worked at JP Morgan, latterly as Global Head of Research. He was a member of the Management Committee of the Investment Bank and the Executive Committee of JP Morgan Chase, as well as the senior sponsor for JP Morgan’s Social Finance  Unit. Nick co-authored “Impact Investments: An Emerging Asset Class”, published by JP Morgan and the Rockefeller Foundation in November 2010. Prior to JP Morgan, he spent fifteen years at Goldman Sachs. Nick served as Chairman of the UK Dormant Assets Commission which reported in March 2017.

Deputy Chairman of the Global Steering Group on Impact Investment. Nick has an MBA from the Wharton School and a BA in Mathematical Economics and Statistics from Trinity College, Dublin. Matt has worked at CDC since 2016, initially as a Director in the Intermediated Equity team with a focus on working with other DFIs and the role of concessional finance, before taking on the role of Chief of Staff mid-way through 2017. Prior to CDC Matt was Head of Strategy at Big Society Capital, the UK’s social investment bank, which he helped to build from inception in 2012. Matt was responsible for overall strategy-setting and major initiatives including securing a new UK social investment tax relief, setting-up the Access foundation for blended capital, and the Business Impact Challenge. Matt’s earlier career included 5 years as Deputy Director in the Cabinet Office, where he led the social investment team and was also part of the Prime Minister’s Strategy Unit, and 6 years as a development economist working across Asia and Africa, including several years living in Malawi. Matt holds an MA in Economics from Cambridge University and an MSc in Economics from the School of Oriental and African Studies.

Mauricio joined CDC in April 2014. He has previously worked as a Team Assistant at the New York Stock Exchange in London and most recently looked after the European General Manager at Revlon. Mauricio has a wealth of experience in travel and events management. By continuing to browse this website you are agreeing to our use of cookie. Case studies Visit our case study library to read about how CDC supports growing businesses that create jobs. My father was sick and I had to support the family.

I have a younger brother and sister who go to school. Runa, Sewing Machine Operator, Ananta Apparels. Ananta Apparels is a garment manufacturer in Dhaka, Bangladesh that employs over 17,000 people. The Board of CDC Group plc, the UK’s development finance institution, is pleased to announce that it has selected Nick O’Donohoe as its new Chief Executive Officer. Nick will lead CDC as it continues to scale up its work to help build businesses and create jobs in Africa and South Asia. Nick has considerable experience in the financial and investment sector.