Wolfgang Münchau is a co-founder and director of Eurointelligence. He was a Financial Times columnist from 2003 until 2020 and co-founder and editor-in-chief of Financial Times Deutschland. He is the author of several books on financial crises, including the Meltdown Years, and several German-language books, including the award-winning Vorbeben from 2006, in which he predicted the global financial crisis. He was the recipient of the 2012 SABEW award for best international columnist and the Wincott award for young journalist of the year in 1989. A mathematician by training his current interest is political risk.
Susanne Mundschenk is co-founder and director of Eurointelligence. She was a research fellow at the Center for European Integration Studies at the University of Bonn and visiting scholar to the European Institute of the London School of Economics. She started her career in Paris at the Association for the Monetary Union of Europe. She holds the degree of Diplom-Volkswirt and a PhD in Economics from the University of Bonn.
Miguel Carrión Álvarez (b. 1975) is Eurointelligence’s banking and markets analyst since 2012. He also writes on macroeconomics, and financial instability. He has been a senior risk methodology analyst at a major Eurozone bank where for 7 years he was variously involved with structural balance risk, capital aggregation, and derivatives counterparty credit risk. He previously worked as an equity analyst in the hedge fund industry. For 3 years he taught financial mathematics at Universidad Complutense. He has a PhD in mathematics from the University of California and a degrees in physics and mathematics from Universidad Complutense.