Academic & Professional Qualifications:

  • PhD in Corporate Finance and Bachelor in Economics (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)
  • Master’s Degree in Trade and International Economic Relations (UEM, Madrid)
  • Postgraduate in Human Resources Management (CEF, Madrid)
  • Certificate in International Economics
  • Certificate in Advanced Corporate Finance (LSE, London)
  • Certificate in Linear Regression Analysis (LSE, London)
  • CIIA (Certified International Investment Analyst)
  • €FA (European Financial Advisor)

 

 

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Professional Background:

Incompany Managing Partner

Since the year 2000 he has developed his professional activity in the field of training and advisory.

From 1986 to 2000 he occupied the following positions: Retail Banking Advisor and Equity Analyst in Banco Atlántico; Chief of Equity Analysis and Asset Management Director in Corporación Financiera Caja Madrid;  Deputy General Manager of Mutual Funds in Banco Zaragozano and Internal Audit Director; in Banco Santander he was in charge of: International Internal Audit Manager expert Treasury Desks Audit, Market Risk Manager, Treasury Risk Director and Structured Derivatives Controller in B. Santander New York.

Business Schools and Universities Professor:

He collaborates academically with the ESCP Europe, Lasalle IGS, IEDE, Escuela de Estudios Universitarios Real Madrid, IEB, and he is Visitor Teacher in the Universidad Interamericana de Costa Rica, Universidad de las Américas del Ecuador, Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas y Universidad del Valle de Méjico.

In Company training:

McDonald´s, Total Fina, Altadis, British Telecom, Foster Wheeler, Técnicas Reunidas, Repsol, Grupo Sener,  Orange, Atos-Origin, Prosegur y en diversas entidades financieras: Santander, BBVA, Banesto, Bankinter, Banc Sabadell, Caja Madrid, La Caixa, Ibercaja, Caixa de Cataluña, Kutxa de San Sebastián, Caixa Galicia, Caja Rural de Granada, Caja Rural de Toledo, Morgan Stanley, LLoyds Bank, Deutsche Bank, Fortis Bank, Banco Espírito Santo, Banco Gallego, Banco Madrid, Banco Urquijo, Fidelity,  Banca Mediolarum, Altae, Inversis, Mutuactivos, Reale, Aegón.