Quentin de Hemptinne

Quentin de Hemptinne
  • Panel: Financing Malaria Elimination: The Growing Reliance on Country Financing

Mr Quentin de Hemptinne was appointed fund portfolio manager of Burundi for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria in 2017. At the Global Fund since 2012, he started as finance officer for Mali, Guinea, and Senegal and became finance manager for Africa and Middle East as well as Asia, Eastern Europe, Latin America, and the Caribbean. He developed 16 finance professionals covering 90 countries and 230 grants for a total of US$4B. In 2015, Mr de Hemptinne was appointed to lead and design the Implementation Through Partnership (ITP) initiative at the Global Fund. In collaboration with internal and external partners (bilateral and multilateral), the aim of ITP is to increase the efficiency of implementation in 20 key countries representing over 60% of Global Fund investments through shared ownership and mutual accountability. Before joining the Global Fund, Mr de Hemptinne worked in the private sector in France and Mexico and in the humanitarian field with the International Committee of the Red Cross. There he led the operations to support people affected by armed conflicts in Liberia, Chad, and Israel/Palestine. 

Mr de Hemptinne earned a master’s of Business Administration from the Geneva School of Economics and Management, University of Geneva, a post-graduate degree in Supply Chain Management from ESSEC Business School, Paris, and a master’s of International Business and Finance from Normandy Business School. A Belgian citizen, Mr de Hemptinne grew up in Nigeria and speaks French, English, and Spanish. He is passionate about people, Africa, innovation for development and emergencies, and public-private partnerships. 

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The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria