Manuel Molano

Mexican economist, Major by ITAM and Master Degree by Imperial College and SOAS, London. He has been deputy general manager of IMCO for almost a decade. Write each month in Entrepreneur, and sporadically in other spaces (This Country, High Level, Free Letters). Believes in the formation of talent as a lever for the development of institutions and the country.

He has been an entrepreneur, public servant, researcher, and advisor to institutions and companies. He spent 7 years on the board of directors of HR Ratings, the Mexican risk rating agency. Today he is a director of the subsidiary of basic supply of the Federal Electricity Commission. He is also a counselor in Mexico, ¿Cómo Vamos ?, a think tank on economic issues, and in Mexico United Against Crime (MUCD). He is part of the Advisory Board of Laureate International Universities in Mexico.

At the end of the 90s, he was an entrepreneur in the manufacturing sector and something he learned about being an entrepreneur. In the public sector he worked in SAGARPA, and in the system of sugar mills expropriated in 2001. From 2004 to 2006, he directed the company that commercialized sugar from the Federal Government.

In 1998 he won the Banamex Economics Award for his major thesis.