This Friday, Sergio Massa will officially appoint Gabriel Rubinstein as Secretary of Economic Programming, that is to say that from his position he will act as deputy minister.
Gabriel RubinsteinIn addition, it will serve as a liaison with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and multilateral organizations, among other powers. From your management the official It will accompany the work of the leader of the Renovating Front and will help him meet the goals of his economic plan.
Gabriel Rubinstein studied Economics at the UBA (University of Buenos Aires) and took postgraduate courses in Macroeconomics, Microeconomics and Economic Growth at the Institute for Economic and Social Development (IDES).
Until today, the economist works as a private consultant in Economy and Finance. His firm, GRA Consultora, is one of the most consulted by politicians and businessmen.
In addition, he was a member of the DCR-Fitch Ratings Sovereign Risk Committee, advisor to the former Minister of Economy, Roberto Lavagna, executive director of the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange and representative of the Central Bank (BCRA).
According to his consulting firm, he was also a lecturer on Economics, Finance and Risk Rating issues in Argentina, Brazil, the United States, among others.
Likewise, throughout his career, he has published a series of articles in newspapers, magazines and specialized media. He is also the author of academic papers and the book “Dollarization, Argentina in the Global Village”, published in 1999.
Latest changes in the economic team
In addition to the arrival of economist as deputy minister of the Treasury Palace, also new appointments are expected for the secretariat of Knowledge Economy and Energy.
As it transpired in the last hours, Darío Martínez, today in charge of the Secretary of Energy, would present his resignation; Although it is not yet known who would replace him, the name that sounds strong is that of Federico Bernal, current comptroller of Enargas.