Per Kurowski Egerström: born San Cristóbal Venezuela, May 1950
2005 – 2010 Residing in Washington D.C. area writing a book Voice and Noise, Booksurge 2006, participating in seminars and working on issues related to banking regulations, mostly in developing countries, and heading a debate in Venezuela for Oil Revenue Sharing and the elimination of the subsidized price of gasoline. I publish weekly articles in Venezuela and keep a couple of blogs fairly active. I also enrolled in the CFA program, having passed level 1 and, in June 2009 I completed all exam requirements to act as a Mortgage Loan Officer and a real-estate salesperson in Maryland
2002 – 2004 Executive Director at the World Bank for Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Spain and Venezuela.
1974 – 2002 Many and various professional experiences, mostly in Venezuela, in most areas sectors like industry, agriculture, tourism and banking, water electricity utilities, nothing with oil, and covering many facets, like marketing financial strategic planning, asset recovery and workout as manager, consultant and owner.
1997 – Op-Ed writer in Venezuela with over 600 articles published in Spanish and English on a wide range of economic and social topics,
1981 -1986 Lecturer in International Finance in MBA courses at IESA, Caracas.
1979 – 1980 London Business School – Corporate Finance Certificate
1979- 1980 London School of Economics – Registered Student for Graduate Courses in Monetary Theory, International Economics and International Legal Order
1974 Master in Business Administration, with Honors, IESA, Caracas, Venezuela
1971 Economist, Lund University, Sweden
1969 Studentexam – Sigtuna Humanistiska Läroverk, Sweden.
Associations: President of Petropolitan A.C, Venezuelan NGO founded in 1999 that pursues more transparency in the oil industry and promotes Oil Revenue Sharing and member of New Rules for Global Finance Coalition.
Languages Spanish, English, Swedish
Interests Writing articles and playing boleros, tangos and much other music.
Personal data Age 59, married, 3 children. Mercedes my wife works with ICSID (World Bank).
Citizenship Venezuela and Poland