Lunch debate entitled, "Financial Crisis, Economic Crisis...Confusing Confusions" by Juan Maria Nin, CEO La Caixa


Círculo Ecuestre
Balmes 169 BIS
Barcelona, Spain




Register By Email
Due to space limitations, please confirm as soon as possible by sending an email to Natalja Kleberg and transferring 70€ pp to 2100-1769-86-0200094060 (account holder Francisco Trullenque, do not forget to include the name of the person). Reimbursement policy: notification by email one week before the event. For this event you may be joined by one guest. Please respect the rules of the Círculo Ecuestre: business attire is mandatory.

Deadline: 4/16/2008


2:00 PM-4:00 PM: Lunch and Debate

Speaker Profiles

Juan Maria Nin (Speaker)
CEO, La Caixa

Juan Maria Nin has been CEO of La Caixa since June 2007. He was born in Barcelona in 1953. He holds a degree in Law & Economics (Deusto University, Bilbao) and earned a Masters in Law at the London School of Economics and Political Science. He started his career in the financial industry in the former Banco Hispano Americano, where he became Director of International Affairs. In 1992, when the Banco Central Hispano was constituted, he became General and Regional Manager of Catalonia. Two years later, still at Banco Central Hispano, he became General Manager of the Retail Banking division and a Management Board member. Following the merger with Banco Santander, Juan Maria Nin became General Manager in Retail Banking and later in the division of Corporate Banking. In that role, he also was a Management Board member. Four years later, in 2002, he joined Banco de Sabadell as Managing Director. He has a long career in international retail and corporate banking and experience in managing M&A processes in the banking industry. He has held several positions as Board member in industry and service companies. Moreover, he is a member of the Board of Trustees at Federico García Lorca Foundation, member of the Board of the Deusto University and member of the Board of Trustees of the Spain-US Foundation.


Francisco Trullenque, '02 (EXP-7)