Regional Director, South East and Central Asia, and the Pacific
Affordable Housing • Urban Renewal. Project Evaluation • Strategic Urban Development • Municipal and Infrastructure Finance
Royston Brockman has had more than 40 years professional experience of working in the infrastructure and urban development sectors of the developing and developed world for both the private and public sectors. He has extensive in country experience throughout Asia and the Pacific, Africa and Europe, and has advised national and local governments and the private sector on infrastructure project finance, public private partnerships, strategic urban development, urban renewal, affordable housing and on improving service delivery. He has, for many years, been working as a consultant for the Asian Development Bank and the World Bank, preparing and structuring urban development, shelter and infrastructure projects for financing, and has been engaged in institutional strengthening and capacity development programs. Recent assignments have included projects in Mongolia, Philippines, Myanmar, Armenia, and Viet Nam. He is currently working for ADB’s Independent Evaluation Department (IED) preparing quality reviews, project validation reports and project performance evaluation reports. Mr. Brockman has authored and co-authored several major publications including the ADB’s Managing Asian Cities, and City Development Strategies to Reduce Poverty. Prior to joining IPE Global, he was a director of ICF/GHK, and Managing Director of Brockman Tym International, a UK and Hong Kong-based consulting company established to undertake institutional strengthening, and financial and economic appraisal work on urban infrastructure, environmental, shelter, and land development projects. He is resident in Asia.