Dr Ana Irimia is a lecturer in Finance at the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration of the University of Seville (Spain). Her research and teaching focus is in Microfinance, Risk Management, Corporate Finance and Value Creation.
Since January, 1996 she has been teaching Financial Management, Valuation and Financial Planning in various undergraduate courses and at PhD level at the University of Seville. Furthermore, she conducts seminars and workshops in the areas of asset investment, cost of capital, project finance, viability and valuation of firms. Having published several articles in international journals, and co-authored numerous books, she is currently carrying out research in Microfinance together with Maria Dolores Oliver and Antonio Blanco, all of whom belong to the research group “New Developments in Finance” of the University of Seville.