Kalin Anev Janse is Secretary General of the European Stability Mechanism. He is also Secretary General of the European Financial Stability Facility. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of the European Sovereign Bond Investment Facility. Kalin previously worked for the European Investment Bank. Prior to this, he worked as a Corporate Finance and Strategy Consultant for McKinsey & Company in the Netherlands. He has also worked in Investment Banking at JPMorgan and in corporate governance and (project) finance for Honeywell Spain.
Public-sector organizations can become fintech leaders, argues Kalin Anev Janse, secretary-general of The European Stability Mechanism.
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