Adrian Robles Villamil, a Manager at StoneTurn, has nearly a decade of experience in the application of economics and statistics to solve complex issues faced by businesses and multilateral organizations. Specifically, he focuses on econometrics by providing expert support in various commercial litigation matters and disputes related to securities fraud, antitrust, patent infringement, trademark infringement, and class actions.
Working with businesses facing complex litigation, valuation, and strategy issues he applies his deep analytical and research skills to assist clients with data engineering and empirical analysis. Adrian’s antitrust work includes the analysis of industry-specific transactions and operational components, market definition, market share, barriers to entry, concentration, and its impact on competition. His experience in other litigation areas include the calculation of economic damages, loss of earnings, and risk analysis.
Adrian has worked with clients across various industries, including banking, food and retail, telecommunications, pharmaceuticals, mining, among others.
Prior to joining StoneTurn, Adrian was with The International Monetary Fund where he served as Information Management Officer in the Research Department – World Economic Studies Division. He also served as a Research Analyst for various country teams in South America and assisted with mission consultations and research in the Western Hemisphere Department.
Previously, he was with the World Bank serving as a Consultant for the Poverty and Equity Global Practice. He was responsible for the standardization and analysis of various national household surveys from the Europe and Central Asian regions.
Adrian holds an M.S. in Applied Economics from Johns Hopkins University. He is fluent in Spanish.