Ignacio E. Carballo is a specialist in Financial Inclusion and Technological Finance (Fintech) for development. He has a degree in Economics from the University of Buenos Aires with a cum-laude degree and a Master’s degree in Economic History and Economic Policies from the same University with a “distinguished” degree category. He, in turn, holds a Master’s degree from the Autonomous University of Madrid on the International Master’s Degree in Microfinance and Financial Inclusion with an honorary degree through a merit scholarship awarded by the Carolina Foundation. He has certificates of Expert in Financial Inclusion Policies (CEFIP) and Expert in Microfinance (CEMF) by the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, Germany, and of Microfinance Analyst by the Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina (UCA) and UNED of Spain. He is an undergraduate professor at the Universidad Católica Argentina (UCA), at the University of Buenos Aires (UBA), at the Austral University, he is Professor in the Postgraduate Course on Digital Economics and Finance at the UBA, Principal Professor and promoter of the Course on Postgraduate degree in Financial Inclusion and Social Economy at the UCA and Director of the Executive Program in Fintech & Digital Banking and of the Ecosystem of Fintech Online Programs (group of programs) at the Business School of said university. He also has master’s seminars under his charge at the University of the Republic of Uruguay, the College of Higher Studies in Administration of Colombia, the Panamerican Business School of Guatemala and the Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain. He has worked as a Researcher at the Applied Research Center belonging to the Business School of the Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina and at the IAE Business School of the Austral University in addition to having collaborated in the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (AECID) and in international consulting projects financed by organizations such as INTAL-BID, the Latin American Internet Association (ALAI), among others. He is also a doctoral student at the Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences (FLACSO) and collaborates in research tasks as part of the Center for Economic Structure Studies (CENES) of the FCE-UBA, he is a founding member of the Social Innovation Observatory (FCE -UBA) and in the International Program on Democracy, Society and New Economies (PIDESONE) of the Rectorate of the University of Buenos Aires. He has twice received Special Mention at the ADEBA Awards (annual competition created in 1975 in order to encourage research) with empirical works on Digital Finance for development. He is the creator of Economic Foundations.