Tom Campbell is Senior Director for the Finance, Investment, and Trade Group in the Department of Compact Operations of the Millennium Challenge Corporation. His team is responsible for tasks dealing with financial and private sector development components in Compacts. He has been involved with the planning or implementation of nine of MCC’s thirteen compacts in Africa. Although Tom officially retired from MCC in 2012, he continues as an active consultant on FIT activities.
Tom brings over thirty years of financial and public sector experience to MCC. Prior to joining MCC, Tom was the US Treasury Office of Technical Assistance resident advisor to the Ministry of Finance of Ghana assisting with the development of its domestic government securities market. The majority of his career was spent in First National Bank of Chicago’s capital markets businesses with responsibility for foreign exchange, currency and interest rate derivatives, and public finance and municipal securities business units. He retired as Senior Managing Director for public finance. He started his career with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York where he was the assistant to the President and manager of the foreign exchange desk, among other positions. He also served as advisor to three Middle East central banks, including the Central Bank of Oman.
Mr. Campbell holds a BA from Colgate University (mathematics), a MA from Syracuse University (philosophy), and a MBA from New York University (finance).