Lozoya Austin holds a B.A in Economics from ITAM and another in Law from UNAM. He also received a Master’s degree in Public Administration and International Development from Harvard University.
He authored several books on monetary policy, productivity and competitiveness and public policy, among other public office professional issues. In 1999 he worked as an analyst for the Mexican central bank. He was in charge of for investments of international reserves in securities. He remained in this position for 3 years
Between 2003 and 2006, he worked as an investment officer, taking care of structured finance and distressed assets at the Inter-American Investment Corp., cooperating with several LATAM sectors and governments.
Between 2009 and 2012, after spending three years as a Director at the World Economic Forum, he co-founded and was an Executive Board Member of several investment funds, focused on international capital investments.