Guillermo Mondino is an Adjunct Professor at Columbia SIPA. He is also a consultant to financial institutions and multilateral policy institutions. Previously, he was the Chief Economist and Strategist at Mogador Capital Management and a Managing Director and Head of Emerging Markets Economics and Strategy Research at Citi from 2011-2016. From 2008-2011 he was the Head of Emerging Markets Strategy at Barclays Capital where he also held the role of Head of Latin America Research. From 2004-2008, he was the head of Emerging Markets research at Lehman Brothers. Before joining Wall Street, he had ample experience in the policy world where he held roles in the Ministry of the Economy in Argentina, having had responsibilities as Secretary of Finance, of Economic Policy, and as Chief of the Cabinet of Advisors. He was the director of IERAL de Fundación Mediterránea, a think-tank in Argentina, where he advised a number of countries undergoing serious economic distress (Ecuador, Ukraine, Indonesia, among others). He has held academic positions at Yale University, the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, and Di Tella and San Andres universities in Argentina. Guillermo holds a PHD in economics from Yale University.