Mr. Thierry de Longuemar is the Vice President (Finance and Risk Management) of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) since January 2013 after having served as Vice President (Finance and Administration), a position he assumed in November 2011.
Mr. de Longuemar has more than 28 years of experience in both multilateral financial institutions and private banking.
Mr. de Longuemar served twice as ADB Treasurer (2002-2004 and 2010-2011) and, in between, was Vice President Finance at the African Development Bank (2004-2010), an institution where he had also served as Treasurer (1996-2001).
In investment banks, Mr. de Longuemar held the positions of Global Head of Central Banks and Supranationals at ABN Amro Bank; Head of Capital Markets at Banque de Gestion Privée (Crédit Agricole Group) and at Banque Régionale de l’Ouest; and several Treasury positions at Banque de Marchés et d’Arbitrage and Companie Bancaire of the Paribas Group.
Mr. de Longuemar is a French national and has a Master in Business Administration from ESSEC in Paris.
After two years in the French Navy (1978-1980), Mr. de Longuemar started his career with Total Gas Division (1980-1984), then its Refinery and Distribution Division (1984-1985).
He is married to Corinne and they have a daughter and a son.
Mr. de Longuemar is an active abstract painter.