Jean-Pierre Brun is a Senior Financial Sector Specialist for financial market integrity (FMI) in the Finance, Competitiveness & Innovation Global Practice, the World Bank Group, since August 2008.
Jean-Pierre is responsible for leading and conducting technical assistance and contributing to the policy dialogue related to the financial market integrity and the recovery of proceeds of corruption as part of the World Bank’s FMI activities, as well as for the Stolen Asset Recovery Initiative (StAR), a partnership with the United Nations.
Jean-Pierre provides policy advice to countries on anti-money laundering and the combating the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT), asset recovery, and building country capacity to conduct financial investigations and prosecute grand corruption cases.
Jean-Pierre specializes in the strategic, tactical and technical aspects of investigation, prosecution, and legal analysis of AML/CFT and grand corruption cases. Previously, he was a Director of Investigations for Deloitte, worked as a Prosecutor specializing in AML/CFT and organized crime at the Tribunal of Paris, and had experience as a Government Auditor and an investigative judge. Jean-Pierre, a French national, holds degrees in Political Science and Law from Paris University, and from the French National School for Magistrates.