Noel K Tshiani Muadiamvita

Noel K. Tshiani Muadiamvita (known as Noel K. Tshiani M.) was Candidate for President of the Democratic Republic of the Congo during the December 30, 2018 presidential elections.

In this Congolese name, the surname is Tshiani and the post-surname is Muadiamvita.
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Noel K. Tshiani Muadiamvita was born in Ngandajika in the Eastern Kasai Province of the Democratic Republic of the Congo on December 25, 1957. Commercial, investment and development banker working as a financial economist since 1992, He has served at the World Bank as Country Manager[1][2][3] and as Mission Chief for Private and Financial Sector Development. Dr. Tshiani has worked successfully to restructure and transform distressed economies in West Africa,[4][5] Eastern Europe, and Asia. For example, his work in the Cape Verde Islands helped to increase the gross domestic product per capita in twenty years from 170 to 7500 dollars in 2016.[6] The West African country has graduated from the low to the medium income group of countries thanks to good leadership and governance, and despite its limited natural resources.

Dr. Tshiani lead a team of World Bank professional experts who designed and implemented a comprehensive economic and financial transformation program for the West African Development Bank (BOAD), the Central Bank for West African States (BCEAO) as well as the eight countries forming the West African Economic and Monetary Union (WAEMU): Benin, Burkina Faso, Côte d’Ivoire, Guinea-Bissau, Mali, Niger, Senegal, and Togo. The program significantly deepened the economic, financial and infrastructural integration of West African States.

Dr. Tshiani had previously worked for a decade as an International Lending Officer with JP Morgan Chase in New York; senior Credit Officer with the Republic National Bank of New York and an Account officer with Citibank N.A. He attended and successfully completed the Citibank Executive Management Training Program for lending officers held in Athens, Greece, and was an intern in the corporate and personal credit department of Banque Nationale de Paris in Grenoble, France.

As a renowned economist on secondment from the World Bank, Dr. Tshiani co-chaired in 1997 the Monetary Reform Commission that designed and launched the Congolese Franc, replacing the much discredited currency of what had been Zaire. He further advised the President on strengthening the autonomy of the monetary authority, notably by dismantling the central bank board that included seven cabinet members and replacing them with independent technical experts. He is an advocate for independent central banks[7] and believes that a well-functioning financial system is a prerequisite to ensure adequate resource allocation and support economic development. He regularly visits his country and monitors closely its economic, social and political developments and challenges.[8][9][10][11][12][13][14][15][16][17]

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Dr. Tshiani has studied leadership and management at Harvard Business School and earned a doctorate in economics with specialization in banking and finance from the Paris Dauphine University,[18] following an MBA in banking and financial markets from Adelphi University in New York.

Fluent in English and French, Noel K. Tshiani also earned a Specialized Higher Studies Diploma (DESS) in financial management and taxation from the University of Grenoble, a Postgraduate Diploma from the Institut Supérieur de Gestion (ISG Business School) in Paris, and a master’s degree in Economics from the University of Liège in Belgium. His cum laude doctoral thesis at the Paris Dauphine University addressed the independence of central banks, accountability and impact on monetary policy.

He completed his high school with concentration in Latin and Philosophy at Institut Kalayi (formerly College Saint Georges) in Ngandajika.

Noel K. Tshiani M. completed his university program overseas on a Congolese government scholarship. Having benefited from educational assistance from the Congolese government, Dr. Tshiani advocates free and universal education for Congolese children between 6 and 17 years of age to promote social inclusion and ensure that nobody is left behind.

Dr. Tshiani is the author of five books:

1. The Force of Change: Building a stable, prosperous and equitable country (Éditions du Panthéon, Paris, April 2016);[19][20][21]

2. Desperate times, bold measures: A Marshall Plan for the Democratic Republic of Congo (Éditions du Panthéon, Paris, April 2016);[22]

3. The Battle for a credible national currency (De Boeck, Brussels, December 2012),[23]“;[24][25][26][27]

4. Vision for a strong currency (L’Harmattan, Paris, 2008),[28][29]“; and

5 Building Credible Central Banks (Palgrave MacMillan, Hampshire, UK, 2009),[30]“.

Dr. Tshiani has also published widely on development economics,[31][32] private sector development, financial sector,[33][34] central banking[35] and monetary policy[36][37][38] His work has appeared in Time Magazine, Jeune Afrique, La Libre Belgique, Le Soir, Le Potentiel,[39][40] Le Phare, La Prosperité, Africa News, Sud Express International, Le Point,[41] FinancialAfrik[42] and others. His Time Magazine article (How to reform the Democratic Republic of the Congo) has been widely cited by scholars and major universities such as Columbia University in New York.[43][44]

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