Germán G. Creamer is an Associate Professor of finance and business analytics at Stevens Institute of Technology, and an adjunct Associate Professor at Columbia University. Dr. Creamer has been a visiting scholar at Stern School of Business, NYU, and a senior manager in American Express, where he worked in the enterprise-wide risk management and the information management groups. He has taught at Columbia University, Tulane University, Central University of Finance and Economics (China), UIBE (China) and in several Latin American business schools. Dr. Creamer has been an economic advisor to the president of Ecuador (1990-91), consultant for the government of Equatorial Guinea, Africa (1991), finance manager at Banco del Pacifico (the main bank of Ecuador), and program officer for the United Nations Development Programme. He has also consulted for several hedge funds and international organizations such as the United Nations, World Bank, and USAID.

His articles have appeared in leading journals, including Quantitative Finance, Computational Economics, Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery, IEEE Systems Journal, Energy Economics, Sustainability, and Decision Support Systems. Dr. Creamer has a Ph.D. in Computer Science (specialized in computational finance), an MSc in Financial Engineering, both from Columbia University and a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Notre Dame. He earned the CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) charter in 2002.

Op-ed columnist for El Nacional and El Universo, main newspapers from Venezuela and Ecuador, respectively, and several top Latin American news websites such as La Patilla, Noticiero Digital, and Reporte Catolico.