The prestigious economist Emilio Ontiveros dies at the age of 74

The economist Emilio Ontiveros. / afi

In 1987 he founded Analistas Financieros Internacionales, a firm he chaired until his death.

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The prestigious economist Emilio Ontiveros (Ciudad Real, 1948) died this Monday in Madrid at the age of 74. Bachelor and Doctor in Economic Sciences, he was professor of Business Economics at the Autonomous University of Madrid, a center of which he was also vice-rector in 1982.

In 1987 he founded Analistas Financieros Internacionales (Afi), a firm he chaired until his death and which managed to become an economic benchmark in Spain and Latin America. He also collaborated with Harvard University as a member of the Advanced Research Group on International Economics in 2005.

After passing through the board of directors of several national companies, in 2020 he joined the advisory council for Economic Affairs created by Vice President Nadia Calviño to deal with the impact of the coronavirus crisis.

Thanks to his marked informative profile, Ontiveros became a regular contributor to different media, especially specialized in economics and finance. In his long professional career, he was also the author of numerous articles and books, including 'The network economy: new economy, new finances', 'Half a century of international monetary relations', or 'The intelligent saver '.

His latest work is 'Excesses: Threats to global prosperity', published at the end of 2019.

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