Fellow, The Center for International Development at Harvard University
Malan Rietveld is the Director of the Investment Institute. His focus is on policies towards investment around the extractive industries, including resource-related infrastructure, foreign direct investment and the management of resource revenues. Previously, he worked in the Emerging Market Debt team at
Investec Asset Management and was involved in the firm’s advisory work with central banks and sovereign wealth funds.
Prior to that he worked at Central Banking Publications and the Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum in London. He is the editor of three books on sovereign wealth funds: Sovereign Wealth Management (with Jennifer Johnson-Calari), New Perspectives on Sovereign Asset Management and Sovereign Risk Management.
Malan holds an M.Sc in Economics from the University of Leuven and an M.Sc in Economic History from the London
School of Economics. He is currently completing his PhD in Economics from the University of Stellenbosch on the topic of sovereign wealth funds.
Malan is a Fellow at the Center for International Development at Harvard Kennedy School and a Fellow of the Columbia Center for Sustainable Investment at Columbia University