The former director of the private sector of the African Development Bank (AfDB) (2006-2013) and then director of risk (2013-2020) has found a base. After having enforced his retirement rights about a year ago, the Canadian financier will now officiate at the Trade and Development Bank (TDB) as “Senior Advisor”. Mr. Turner, 28 years old at the AfDB, is familiar with the development and trade bank of Southern Africa, a client of the institution. Precisely, Mr. Turner must help TDB in the mobilization of resources and risk management. After a detour through Japan, his second country, the senior adviser, reinforced by the Asian touch of the financial market, will have to give decisive orientations to TDB’s strategy.