Nina Holle works with CGAP’s Customers at the Center initiative. She brings to CGAP rich experience with both the private and public sectors. Holle previously worked as an asset manager at Deutsche Bank for two years. She also consulted on financial sector development and livelihoods development with a broad range of donors and social investors, including KfW Development Bank, GiZ, Kiva, and the United Nations. Her professional and research work has taken her to Latin America and Asia.
Holle received her master’s in economics, philosophy, and history from Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich. She is completing her Ph.D. thesis in economics on "The Idea of Poverty and its Implications for Development and Social Policy." Holle also participated in the Postgraduate Program in International Affairs of the German State Department and Robert Bosch Foundation. She speaks German, English, and Spanish fluently as well as some Portuguese, Italian, French, and Bahasa.