Limberg Chero

Component Leader Sustainability, Programa GFP

Limberg Chero leads the Sustainability component of the Programme for Strengthening Subnational Public Financial Management in Peru (Programa GFP), implemented by the Basel Institute on Governance's office in Peru. He has worked in the Programme since 2013, in permanent interaction with the Peruvian institutions of CEPLAN, MEF, OSCE, CGR, SERVIR and PCM. 

Limberg has a degree in Economics and Finance, a Masters in Research and a PhD in Management. From 2010 to 2015, he worked on Public Financial Management and macroeconomics with an emphasis on the public sector and financial markets mainly for the Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO) and the International Development Bank .

As an international consultant, he has had experience in several Latin American countries on governance issues (2006-2010), as a country representative of the Andrés Bello Chair and as responsible for Peru for international research networks on Governance, Social Responsibility and Economic Integration issues (2006-2008). He has also had experience teaching economics at university (2001-2006).

He was also a member of the Study Group of the Ministry of Economy and Finance of Peru, a group in charge of supporting public financial management reform undertaken at the central government level with the support of international cooperation. In addition, he led the organisation of the Public Expenditure and Financial Accountability (PEFA) assessments in six sub-national governments of Peru between 2011 and 2013 and was also part of the international cooperation coordination committee of PEFA Peru 2015. He participated in the preparation/updating of action plans to improve public financial management in five sub-national governments and the central government between 2013 and 2015.