Camille Bemerguy - Fundación Capital
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Camille Bemerguy

Resident Representative for Brazil


Camille Bemerguy is Fundación Capital’s resident representative for Brazil, where she is in charge of the foundation’s operations and strategies in the country. She holds a degree in economics from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, a master’s in economics and sustainable development from the Núcleo de Altos Estudios Amazónicos of the Federal University of Pará, a master’s in business administration from Ibmec Rio de Janeiro and a PhD in economics from the American University/Federal Fluminense University. Camille specializes in microfinance and urban finance and has experience working in Latin America and Africa. Before coming to Fundación Capital, she was a researcher for Citibank for over 15 years and a microfinance consultant for international organizations including the United Nations and the World Bank. She has published several studies on financial access for low-income people, finance and inequality. She speaks three languages (English, Portuguese and Spanish).


Working to make the dream of a more inclusive society a reality.