Marie Sudreau is an international consultant in finance for development. Her areas of expertise include international investment, trade and financial governance.

She has a decade of experience and has worked with international organizations and NGOs in many countries. Her method comprises fieldwork, data collection, empirical analysis, desk research and strategic analysis. She also has experience in diplomacy and project management. Prior to her work with Finance for Impact, she worked for the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development from 2010 to 2016. She contributed to the launch of the UN Principles on Responsible Sovereign Lending and Borrowing as well as other initiatives with a view to enhancing sustainable international regulation in sovereign debt and financing for development.

Prior to the UN, she worked at the Organization for Economic Development and Cooperation and the World Trade Organization on international trade. She also worked as a consultant to UNDP, Caisse des Dépôts et des Consignations and NGOs focused on trade governance.

Marie graduated from Sciences-Po in 2008 with a Master of Public Affairs and from Warwick University in 2003 with an LLM in International Economic Law. She also holds a BA Hon from Sussex University (UK) and from the College of Law (UK). She was teaching assistant at Sciences po Paris – Trade and Development course – from 2009 to 2012. She speaks French, Italian, English and Spanish fluently.