Integra Government Services International LLC, an international development firm delivering solutions to promote self-reliance among emerging economy governments and markets through academically grounded analytical tools and private sector engagement, announces the transfer of ownership and leadership to industry executive, Timothy Schur.
With the completion of this transaction, Integra will continue to serve its clients by developing and managing results-oriented, innovative strategies for social and economic development in the areas of economic growth, agriculture and food security, gender and women’s empowerment, climate and environment, and information and communication technology. Integra maintains a roster of world-class experts with analytical, consultative, and managerial skills in several key areas of expertise.
Robert Otto, Founder and retiring President, said, “After an extensive search, I am confident that Tim has the values and experience to lead Integra into the future.” With more than 30 years of experience in advisory and consulting services to government, Mr. Schur has filled wide-ranging roles in corporate finance, strategy and innovation, impact investment, business development, and business practice leadership. For the last decade, he has been supporting International Development programs and investments for the United States, United Kingdom, and Australian governments as well as direct investments by governments across the Middle East, Africa and Asia. Most recently, he served as Chief Financial Officer of Palladium.
Mr. Schur started his career more than 30 years ago as a founding employee in a small business and is looking forward to repeating that growth journey. “Bob has attracted and developed a highly talented and experienced team at Integra. I’m looking forward to guiding that team in delivering sustainable impact in emerging economies.” Mr. Schur and the Team at Integra will be building on firm’s nine-year history and track record of success in 35 countries, impacting millions of stakeholders, and leveraging over $1.2 billion in public and private investment for development reforms.