Manuel A. Bautista-González is a Post-Doctoral Researcher on the ERC funded project Global Correspondent Banking 1870-2000. His research will analyse inter-bank relations with financial centres in regions beyond the core of the international system, focusing on Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Uruguay and Chile, each of which were connected to the global system in different ways through New York and London.
Manuel has taught undergraduate and postgraduate courses at UNAM, Columbia University, the Center for Research and Teaching in Economics (CIDE), and Anáhuac University. He is a convener of the Financial History Network since its launch in 2020.
Outside academia, Manuel was the lead historian in projects to commemorate the 150th anniversary of a global investment bank as a Winthrop Group consultant (2018-2020). He is a contributing writer for Cash Essentials, a discussion platform on retail payments and monetary ecosystems.