Economist and business administrator of the Universidad de los Andes. He has worked at the same university as a researcher and consultant, developing models to forecast the rapid development of young companies, implementing models of relative efficiency at the macroeconomic level (data envelope analysis) and investigating the persistence of variance, asymmetry and tannery in the stock market. Additionally, he was a complementary professor / assistant in different courses, including advanced econometrics. On the other hand, combining models, he implemented unsupervised methodologies to support fraud detection in income tax returns. He supported the revision of the guarantee scheme of the Colombian Mercantile Exchange. He developed his master’s thesis in economics on portfolio allocation, implementing the extension of the Bayesian model of Black and Litterman for non-normal distributions in the Colombian stock market, through multivariate optimization copulations and methodologies.