Vikram Singh is a 100 Resilient Cities Associate Director. He joined from the United Nations Development Programme, where he held key policy positions including the establishment of the organization's first Enterprise Risk Management framework. Most recently he was charged with developing strategic funding strategies in the areas of poverty reduction, resilience building and income inequality issues delivering $5 billion per year in combined resources. In this capacity he oversaw partnerships/constituencies including senior political figures (Head of State and cabinet level), multilateral institutions and IFIs like the European Commission, civil society, and private sector partners. Prior to joining the United Nations, Vikram was an investment banker at Deutsche Bank and at Raymond James & Associates. He subsequently moved on to provide strategic analysis and advice in the executive offices of two FORTUNE 500 companies.