Aman is a Research Assistant within the Climate Finance and Private Sector project, a cross-institute collaboration housed in the Markets and Enterprise Program. The project aims to improve the effectiveness of public finance in catalyzing private capital flows to climate-relevant investments in developing countries. Aman currently manages the data, research, and analysis processes for the project’s publications, and helps coordinate its convening and outreach activities.
Aman has previously worked as Economist at Indicus Analytics, where he led research on financial inclusion and microfinance. His prior experience includes a year working in private banking & wealth management, as well as internships at Goldman Sachs and the World Trade Organization.
Aman has obtained an MSc in Finance & Development from the University of London. He also holds an MBA from the Indian Institute of Management and a BA in Economics from the University of Delhi.
Outside of work, Aman enjoys traveling, following cricket, playing the classical guitar and reading. His favorite books include A Fine Balance, Catch-22, 1984, The Silmarillion and The Winter of Our Discontent.