Mrs. Kraemer worked for more than fifteen years as a professional for several energy companies, including most recently for Globeleq, Enron Corporation’s Credit Risk Management group, and Enron International. She is a valuation and modeling expert and worked on some of the most sophisticated transactions requiring extensive analysis work.
She approved credit lines for different counter parties trading with Enron, analyzed and identified market and credit risk in structured transactions and trades, and calculated the credit reserve needed to be placed for structured transaction on a mark-to-market basis.
As Manager for Enron South America she conducted due diligence on projects presented to Enron International’s Executive Committee for approval, including determining the project risks and related risk mitigators, project feasibility and adherence to company goals, reviewed and signed-off of economic models presented to management and served as Enron consultant to Enron operated assets in the Southern Cone Region. Mrs. Kraemer spent two years for Enron in Bolivia where she developed a standard economic model for the calculation of tariffs and negotiated with government entities issues relating the establishment of tariffs, budgets, and all regulatory affair issues.
Mrs. Kraemer holds a Master of Business Administration in International Management from the American Graduate School of International Management (Thunderbird) in Glendale, Arizona, and a Bachelor of Arts from the Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey in Monterrey, Mexico.