Bruno Michel

Finance Officer
+41 61 205 55 32
bruno.michel@baselgovernance.org

Bruno Michel, a Swiss citizen, with residency in Saint Louis, France, where he lives with his wife and two daughters, joined the Basel Institute on Governance in July 2016 as Finance Officer. In this function, Bruno is responsible for the Basel Institute’s financial administration, including managing the accounts receivables and payables and all other matters related directly to the Institute’s bookkeeping. He is in charge of the Institute’s annual financial reporting obligations (SWISS GAP FEER 21), supports the Institute’s budgeting process, and regularly prepares project-specific financial and audit reports for larger and more complex operational programmes of work of the Institute and manages the Institute’s liquidity planning.

Bruno comes with more than 25 years of experience in finance, controlling and accounting, working for a number of local and international companies in Basel, Zürich and Lausanne. Most recently and prior to joining the Basel Institute, Bruno was engaged as finance manager for a company responsible for organising international conferences (Congrex Schweiz AG).

Bruno has a higher business diploma degree from the “Institut für Kaderschulung” of Basel (1991) as well as a business degree from the Baden cantonal commercial college “Limania” (1977).