GOVERNANCE AND ANTI-CORRUPTION | Key Staff

Castalia advises governments, utilities, and international financial institutions on improving governance and reducing corruption.

David Ehrhardt— Much of Mr. Ehrhardt's work deals with how to improve governance of infrastructure sectors and providers. He led the development of the definitive World Bank publications on this topic: Sourcebooks on Governance and Anti-Corruption in Electricity and Water. Early in his career David worked on New Zealand's infrastructure reform programs, pioneering public sector reforms. More recently, he has advised countries such as the Philippines on good processes for decision-making in major infrastructure projects and public private partnerships, and has suggested ways to reduce corruption risks in numerous other countries.

Nils Janson— Mr. Janson advises governments and financial institutions on strategies for governing, financing, and regulating infrastructure. He led the development of a good governance strategy for the national electricity utility in Honduras, as part of World Bank project. In Argentina, he conducted a due diligence of the legal, regulatory, and corporate governance of the water and sewerage company in Buenos Aires.