Appointed by Minister of Finance on 20 January 2021. David-Pur is a qualified financial risk manager with an economics doctorate in finance and 12 years' practical experience in the capital market along with extensive theoretical knowledge. In recent years, he has lectured on debt management and effective financing strategy in World Bank and OECD forums, and has also provided continuing education to the Serbian debt unit. He has extensive knowledge of information systems and advanced financial models.
Since February 2021, he has been a senior deputy to the Accountant General, managing the macro and budget division. The division is responsible, among other things, for the planning, forecasting and monitoring of the State's budget performance with the aim of achieving macro-fiscal objectives: government deficit, keeping within expenditure limits, managing government funds, and deficit financing.
From 2017-2020 he managed the unit responsible for managing the government debt of around a trillion shekels, the State's debt raising in Israel and abroad, and connections with investors and the international rating companies. From 2017-2018 he was a director in the Europe Asia Pipeline Company Ltd. Articles from his doctorate thesis have been published in academic magazines. An article on the dynamics of bonds and bank interest was published in the International Review of Financial Analysis and on negative interest in the Journal of Behavioural and Experimental Economics.