Jorge Arturo Martínez
Economy and Finance
Professor at the Department of Finance and Business Economics
Enjoys combining economic analysis, risk tools, the study of history and philosophy with the study of actual problems in companies related to growth, funding, and long-term investments.

Jorge Martinez’s expertise and teaching are focused around fields including financial engineering, byproducts, financial economy, and international economy. Over the course of his career, he has been a speaker at more than 300 seminars in South America, Mexico, the United States, and Europe. He is the author of more than 30 academic publications in international journals and a series of working papers. He is also an editor of El Norte writing the monthly column “Riesgo y Valor” (Risk and Value).

In the corporate field, Dr. Martínez serves as an independent advisor of Banco del Bajio and Afore Afirme Bajio. Previously, he served as Director of Integral Risk Management, Legal and Quality in Banorte-Generali, Financial Group Banorte, and also as head economist in Cemex Latam. Dr. Martínez is also a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), and President of the CFA Monterrey chapter. 

He has distinguished himself at an international level in the academic field as instructor in the New York Institute of Finance, the Chilean Adolfo Ibañez University in Miami and as guest professor at Baylor University, University of Texas at Austin (USA), École Supérieure de Commerce de Paris (France), Universidad EAFIT in Madrid and Colombia. He has been invited several times to take part in the CNN Money Miami and New York tv program. 

Jorge is partner and founder of the advisory company MG-RISK Counseling Associates since 1998, providing services to more than 40 companies in Mexico and abroad around the themes of investment banking, statistical studies, economy, and finance. 

    • MBA
      Tecnológico de Monterrey
    • Master in Applied Economics
      University of Pennsylvania, Wharton