Ms Jessica Pulay joined the UK Debt Management Office (DMO) in July 2015 as Co-Head of Policy and Markets where she has responsibility for the UK government’s debt issuance and cash management, as well as the policy, research and business operations areas. She is also an executive member of the Advisory Board of the DMO.
Previously Jessica spent 16 years at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) in London where she was Deputy Head of Funding, responsible for the EBRD’s borrowing programme and their listed equity divestments. Prior to joining the EBRD in 1999, Jessica worked as an executive director in the debt capital markets departments at Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs, and was also a managing director at Deutsche Bank, responsible for financing governments and supranational organisations.
Away from IFFIm, where Jessica has been a Board member since 2020, Jessica’s pro bono activities have also included an education and arts focus. She currently chairs the Board of the Wallace Collection, a London museum, having served on its Board (including chairing its Audit Committee) from 2013 to 2021. She previously served on the boards of the ENO and the Arts Foundation. From 2010 to 2015 she was Vice Chairman of the governing council of a London school, Queen’s College, Harley Street (after previously heading its finance committee and serving on the council from 1998). Following her experience in the 2004 Asian tsunami, Jessica helped to establish the Rewatha Orphanage in Sri Lanka.
Jessica graduated with an MA/BA (Hons) degree from Christ Church, Oxford University.
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