Gabriel di Bella
IMF Resident Representative in the Russian Federation
- 15 January
- G20 AT TEN. ACCOMPLISHMENTS, CHALLENGES, NEW RISKS, FUTURE PRIORITIES Building 5, Floor 4, White Hall
- 16 January
- RUSSIAN ECONOMY IN THE MEDIUM TERM: MODELS AND RISKS Building 5, Floor 3, Red Hall
Gabriel Di Bella is the IMF's Resident Representative in the Russian Federation. He was mission chief for Haiti (2013-15), senior desk for the United States desk (2012-13) and prior to that he was the IMF’s Resident Representative in Nicaragua and worked as a desk on a number of emerging and low-income countries. Before joining the Fund in 2002, he worked in an economic and financial consulting firm in Buenos Aires. Some of his work has focused on issues related to public debt sustainability, real exchange rates, energy subsidies and program design issues in low-income countries. He is an Argentinean national, and holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.