Alberto Millan is an Agricultural Specialist in the World Bank's Global Food and Agriculture Practice (GFADR), supported by the CGIAR CCAFS program. He is an expert on agriculture finance and climate finance and currently works on exploring the intersections between both disciplines. Before joining the World Bank in Washington, Alberto worked as a management consultant and a financial inclusion expert for several UN agencies. Prior to those roles, he worked for several international NGOs on agriculture and financial inclusion, based in Europe, Africa and Asia. He holds a Bachelor's degree and a Master's degree in Economics from Universidad Rey Juan Carlos de Madrid, Spain; an International Master in Microfinance from Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain; and a Diploma in Enterprise Development through Value Chains and Business Service Markets from ITC-ILO.