Marc Uzan is the Executive Director and founder of the Reinventing Bretton Woods Committee, a non-profit organization established in 1994 that is internationally recognized for its work addressing international financial architecture issues (hosting more than 100 conferences and seminars worldwide through partnerships with central banks, think tanks, IDBs, and governments). Mr. Uzan is also co-director of Global Forum Resources, a full spectrum event-planning firm that organizes high-level events worldwide (including all RBWC programming).
He has edited several books on international finance, including more recently ‘Bretton Woods: The Next 70 Years’ (2015, English edition and 2016 Chinese edition) and ‘The Ten Years After’ (2018, available on Amazon) a compilation of essays on the implications of the great financial Crisis.
Mr. Uzan has authored academic papers on the new architecture for the international financial system and has written extensively about economics and finance in the popular press.
Mr. Uzan holds a Master Degree in International Economics and Finance from the Université de Paris IX Dauphine. He has been a visiting scholar at the Department of Economics of the University of California, Berkeley and a visiting fellow at Harvard University.