Dr. Montiel is an emeritus professor at INCAE. He earned his DBA from Harvard University as well as an MBA from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Sloan School of Management. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering, Cum Laude, from the University of Michigan. He also studied Liberal Arts at Williams College with a concentration in Mathematics.
He served as Dean of INCAE and has been a professor in the Banking and Finance areas of the Institute. With the support of the World Bank's International Finance Corporation, UNDP and Harvard Business School, he led the founding of ProNicaragua, the country's main investment promotion agency. He has been a director and adviser to private regional banks, insurance companies, commercial and industrial companies, foundations and non-profit organizations. He is the author of four books and more than 70 articles, cases, and technical notes.
- DBA Harvard University
- M.Sc. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- BSE University of Michigan
- finance management
- Corporate and International Finance
- Strategic Finance
Professor Montiel served as Dean of INCAE and as Academic Director of both the Executive Master in Management and the Global Executive MBA. As a professor, he was in charge of several courses in Banking and Finance including the course of Financial Innovations and Fintechs in the Master of Finance and the course of Corporate Finance in the Executive Master in Management.
He was a researcher at Harvard University, as well as an assistant professor of the course financial institutions and of the course Investment Management in the Harvard Business School MBA Program, where he earned his DBA specializing in Financial Institutions and Markets.
Dr. Montiel was the founder of ProNicaragua, an investment promotion agency established in 2002 with the support of the International Finance Association (IFC) of the World Bank, UNDP and Harvard Business School. ProNicaragua received the 2006 WAIPA Award granted by the World Association of Investment Promotion Agencies as the best in Latin America and one of the five best in the world among the more than 100 investment promotion agencies operating at that time.
Professor Montiel was also founder and president of Cambridge Consulting, advising numerous companies and financial institutions in more than a dozen countries in Latin America and Europe. She has served on the boards of commercial and industrial companies, banks, insurance companies, foundations, and non-profit organizations.
In the public sector, Dr. Montiel was appointed Minister of Finance and Public Credit of Nicaragua by President Enrique Bolaños Geyer, being also Governor of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI) as well as President of the Superintendence of Banks of Nicaragua (SIBOIF).