Prior to assuming his current role at OPIC, John Moran served both as the agency's Managing Director in charge of Development and Coordination, and Director of Investment Development for Central and Eastern Europe, and served as OPIC’s regional representative for Southeast Europe, based in Zagreb from 2000 to 2003. He also served in OPIC’s Insurance Department as a Director and as an Investment Manager.
Before joining OPIC, Mr. Moran was the U.S. Treasury Department’s Deputy Director for the Office for Central and Southeastern Europe, working on issues relating to the Balkans. He earlier served with USAID as its Director of Credit and Investment (1996-1998), and as its Senior Counselor on Investment Funds in Europe and the New Independent States (1993-1996).
Prior to joining the U.S. Government, Mr. Moran was in private law practice from 1987-1993 with the Washington, D.C. law firm of Duncan & Allen, where he worked in the firm’s domestic energy and international trade and investment practices focusing on emerging markets and the international energy sector.
He has a B.A. from the University of Michigan (Political Economy, 1982) and holds law degrees from the University of Notre Dame (J.D., 1986) and the George Washington University (LL.M., 1992).