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Noemi Dans


Noemi Dans



Noemi Dans is a country risk analyst who has worked in both the business and academic sectors. She has been a deputy director at Cesce (the Spanish Export Credit Insurance Company), a member of the OECD’s Country Risk Expert Group and a member of the Bern Union’s Medium and Long Term Technical and Investment Committees. She has participated in research projects related to the risks associated with exports and foreign direct investment at the UCM and the Universidad Carlos III and has developed a methodology for assessing the risk of political violence and the risk of expropriation faced by multinationals in her doctoral thesis. She has a doctorate in economics with honors and is an adjunct professor at IE University where she teaches Risk in the Internationalization of Companies, Country Risk; Microeconomics, Introduction to Economics and Global Economic Environment

Corporate Experience

• CESCE (Spanish Export Credit Agency): Deputy director (until 2009)

• CESCE: Head of International Relations and Country Risk (until 2004)

• OECD: Member of the “Group of Experts in Country Risk of the OECD”

• Berne Union, member of the Technical Committee (the International Export Credit Agencies Association)

 Academic Experience

• IE University. Adjunct Professor since 2014

• Universidad Pontifica de Comillas, ICADE. Associate Professor since 2014

• In Company training: Santander UK, Corporate Learning & Development Center, Escuela de Riesgos de Banco Santander y Banco Popular/ Instituto Europeo de Posgrado

Academic Background

• Ph.D. in Economics, UCM, Madrid

• Master in International Economics and Development, UCM Madrid

• Bachelor in Economics, UCM, Madrid