Certified in accounting and finance management, Chartered Institute Public Financial and Accountancy, London, 1961.
Clerk, British Rail, London, 1951-1955;
clerk, Isle of Wight (England) County Council, Newport, 1955-1956;
accountant, Petworth (England) District Council, 1956-1959;
chief accountant, Kingswood (England) District Council, 1959-1961;
senior accountant, Luton (England) Borough Council, 1961-1963;
technical assistant, Government of United Kingdom, Entebbe, Uganda., 1963-1968;
technical assistant, Government of United Kingdom, Blantyre, Malawi., 1968-1970;
senior finance analyst, World Bank, Washington, 1970-1980;
finance adviser, World Bank, Washington, 1980-1987;
consultant, International Financial and Management Cons., Annandale, Virginia, since 1987;
consultant, World Bank, International Monetary Fund, since 1987. Visiting lecturer Graduate School Design, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, since 1987, research fellow, since 1994, Graduate School, George Mason U., Fairfax, Virginia, since 1990;vice president International Development Training Institute, Washington, 1988-1995. Senior associate consultant International Management Cons.
Ltd., England; expert testimony District of Columbia Committee, United States House of Representatives.
Corporal R.A.F., 1953-1955, England. Fellow Association of Chartered Certified Accountants. Member Chartered Institute Public Financial and Accountancy, International Consortium on Governmental Finance Management (board directors since 1980).
Married Gabrielle Clara Mabey, September 28, 1957. Children: Stephen Charles, Philip Simon (deceased), Catherine Claire.