He currently carries out research, analysis and economic-financial modelling tasks, specialized in economic regulation of utilities and competition.

He was a full-time consultant between 2004 and 2014 at MacroConsulting, an economic consultancy firm based in Buenos Aires and Brussels, specialized in sector studies, utilities regulation, competition, and antitrust policies. The firm’s clients included governments, utilities’ companies, regulators and multilateral agencies in Latin America, Asia, Africa and Europe. As senior consultant he was part of several teams acting mainly in the economic-financial modelling of the electricity, water and gas sectors, in the economic and financial analysis of tariff reviews, and in the re-negotiation of infrastructure agreements in Mali, Morocco, Burundi, Ivory Coast, Seychelles, Suriname and Argentina, among others, usually under World Bank or the Inter-American Development Bank contracts. From 1999 to 2004 he worked as an analyst and researcher at Argentina’s Foreign Trade National Commission (CNCE). Here he was in charge of the follow-up of various dumping and subsidy cases at the Research Unit and he then worked in several research groups on papers and reports on foreign trade at the Competition and Foreign Trade Studies Unit. In 2000 he was also an advisor on trade defense mechanisms at the Secretariat of Small and Medium Enterprises (SePyME) and between 1997 and 1998, he was intern analyst and researcher at the Fiscal Research and Analysis Direction (DNIAF), both within the Argentinian Ministry of the Economy.

He holds a degree in Economics awarded by the School of Economic Sciences of the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) in 1998, as well as a master of science in Economics and Philosophy awarded by the London School of Economics (LSE), University of London, in 2003.