H.R.H. Prince Jaime de Bourbon de Parme

Senior Adviser, Private Sector Partnerships, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)

Formerly: Ambassador of the Netherlands to the Holy See (Vatican); Special Envoy for Natural Resources - Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs, with main focus on long-term and sustainable security of supply of energy, metals and minerals; set up the Conflict Free Tin Initiative, which brings traceable minerals from conflict prone areas in Congo to the international market; also founded the Responsible Mining Index; Interviewer for a documentary series on war economies in Sierra Leone, Liberia and Congo; Member of the Cabinet of Commissioner Kroes, European Commissioner for Competition; responsible for peacekeeping operations in Africa at the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs; as a diplomat, worked in the field as Political Adviser to the Dutch Commander of the NATO Peacekeeping Mission in Northern Afghanistan and helped to set up the Netherlands Embassy in Iraq; Analyst, ABN AMRO Bank, Latin America. World Economic Forum Young Global Leader (2007). MA (Distinction) from Johns Hopkins University Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS); BA (Hons) from Brown University. Concurrently: Member of the Advisory Board, World Resources Institute.