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Tomáš Prouza, MBA

Tomáš Prouza, MBA was appointed State Secretary for European Affairs by the Prime Minister of the Czech Republic.

Curriculum Vitae

Education and training
  • The Open University, Prague and United Kingdom, 2003 - 2005
    Master of Business Administration
  • University of Economics, Prague, 1991 - 1998
    MSc. in international relations and diplomacy

Work experience
  • The World Bank, Washington, D.C., November 2012 – January 2014
    Senior Financial Inclusion and Financial Consumer Protection Specialist
  • The World Bank, Prague, February 2007 – October 2012
    Expert for Financial Inclusion, Consumer Protection and Financial Literacy
  • Prague Philharmonia, Prague, September 2009 – February 2012
    Member / Chairman of the Board (since February 2011)
  • AFIZ - Association of Financial Intermediaries and Financial Advisers of the Czech Republic, Prague, July 2008 – December 2011
    Member / Chairman of the Board (since January 2011)
  • Partners Financial Services, Prague, July 2007 – December 2011
    Member of the Board and Regulatory & Banking Services Director
  • Československá obchodní banka (Bank), Prague, February 2007 – June 2007
    Consumer Policy Adviser & Ombudsman
  • Ethics Committee of the Association of Funds and Asset Management of the Czech Republic, Prague, June 2005 – May 2008
  • Ministry of Finance of the Czech Republic, Prague, July 2004 – January 2007
    Deputy Minister of Finance
    (financial markets, fiscal policy, EU and international relations, including OECD and the World Bank)
    Between November 2005 and December 2006 the first National Coordinator for Euro Introduction, Deputy Governor of the International Monetary Fund for the Czech Republic
  • Penize (PLC), Prague, June 2000 – June 2004
    Founder, Chairman of the Board and Executive Director
    Financial portal ( Penize (PLC), Prague


proficient           English
intermediate     French, Polish, Russian

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