Mr. Warren Sach, Former United Nations Assistant Secretary-General for Central Support Services and as Representative of the Secretary-General for Investments
Mr Warren Sach, former Assistant Secretary-General for Central Support Services, Department of Management, United Nations Secretariat.
Mr. Sach was the Assistant Secretary-General for Central Support Services, Department of Management, from 2008 until he retired from the United Nations in 2013. Previously he served as the representative of the Secretary-General for the investments of the assets of the United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund (2006-2013) and as the Assistant Secretary-General/controller of the United Nations (2005-2008). Earlier in his career, Mr. Sach served in several roles in the Office of Programme Planning, Budget and Accounts: Director of the Office; Deputy Director and Chief, Political, legal and Common Services Section; Chief, Data Analysis and Systems Control Unit; and Budget Officer. From 1988 to 1995 he also served as Chief, Salaries and Allowances Division of the International Civil Service Commission.
Mr. Sach began his career in Nairobi, Kenya, first as a Junior Professional Officer with UNDP, then with UNEP. Since his retirement, he has served on the panel reviewing reimbursement of troop costs as well as been a member of the Expert Panel on the Initiative to improve the Programme Planning and Budgeting Process of the United Nations.
Mr. Sach is currently a member of the Governing Board of the Association of Former International Civil Servants (AFICS/NY), a Vice President of the Federation of Associations of Former International Civil Servants (FAFICS), and a member of the UN Joint Staff Pension Board.
Mr. Sach has a BSc in Economics from University College, London, United Kingdom, and a post-graduate diploma in Development Economics from Magdalene College, Cambridge, United Kingdom.