David M. Vetter
David Vetter has worked for more than four decades on urban finance and economics in Latin America. He taught and did urban research in Brazil for 17 years. He joined the World Bank in 1990, where he developed subnational investment and reform programs. To push for greater private sector participation in urban financing in Latin America, he joined Dexia Credit Local in 1998 as vice president. On his return to Brazil in 2004, he did consulting and urban research for the Inter-American Development Bank, the Lincoln Institute, and others.