Mauritius, Public Management, Howard University
Sabrina Gujjalu works at the Financial Services Commission in Mauritius, the regulator for nonbanking financial services and global business.
As manager in the Policy Unit, she conducts research and analysis for policy formulation and drives the introduction of new policies, standards and financial products. She is currently involved in the establishment of proficiency standards for licensees in the nonbanking financial sector as well as in the development of a regulatory regime for credit rating agencies.
Sabrina has spent the last eight years of her career in the financial sector in Mauritius, with five years at HSBC Group in commercial banking. Upon completion of the Washington Fellowship, she hopes to use the skills acquired to support the development and diversification of Mauritius as an international financial center.