Besjon Tanuzi is an experienced fiscal risk analyst whose expertise extends in identifying the risks of general budget implementation and from non-budgetary activities related to State-Owned Enterprises, and Public and Private Partnerships.
Besjon was born in Fushë-Krujë, in 1992. He graduated from the University of Tirana in 2016 with a BA and MSc in Business Administration and Management. Upon graduation, he started working in the Ministry of Finance and Economy as a budget management junior expert in the role of monitoring execution of the general budget, and in the following year, he was promoted to fiscal risk analyst in the Fiscal Risk Unit.
His team has played a key role in discussions and decision-making phases of policies related to the implementation of Public Financial Management Reform. Mr. Tanuzi has been working closely with the World Bank and International Monetary Fund to improve the risk assessment and mitigation framework in Albania. This experience exposed him to several international training programs that equipped him with technical data manipulation capacities and strongly improved his skills such as strategic thinking and leadership. Thereof, he intends to further hone his understanding and skills related to public policy and administration after being awarded the MIP fellowship program. After graduation from MIP, Besjon intends to play a more active role in solving development issues at a local or international level.
In 2015 he was awarded the first prize in the Hackathon Event from the Albanian Institute of Science and he holds the Public Financial Management and Financial Programming and Policies Certificates. During leisure time, he prefers painting, photography, and digital content production.