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**CANCELLED** Capital Markets Forum Spain


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Pedro Sánchez

Prime Minister


Pedro Sánchez has been the President of the Government of Spain since June 2018. He has a PhD in Economics and is the Secretary-General of the Spanish Socialist Workers’ Party (PSOE), of which he became a member in 1993. As the PSOE’s Secretary-General, he was also the leader of the opposition and candidate for the Presidency of the Government from 2014 to 2016. Before 2014, he was a Member of the Congress of Deputies for Madrid, and a Councillor of the City of Madrid. A husband and father, Sánchez completed his secondary education at the Ramiro de Maeztu Secondary School in Madrid, where he played on the youth team of the Estudiantes basketball team. In 1995, he obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and Business Administration from the María Cristina Royal University College, a college attached to the Complutense University of Madrid. He went on to attain two postgraduate degrees: A Master’s Degree in EU Economics from the Free University of Brussels, and an Advanced Studies Diploma in European Economic and Monetary Integration from the Ortega y Gasset University Institute. In 2012, Sánchez obtained a PhD in Economics from the Camilo José Cela University, where he also taught Economics. Before becoming a university lecturer, he worked as an adviser at the European Parliament, and was a member of the Office of the United Nations High Representative in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Andreas Nauen


Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy

Andreas Nauen was appointed as CEO of Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy in June 2020. A mechanical engineer who also holds an MBA, Mr. Nauen has a strong track record in the renewables industry with over 11 years as CEO of Siemens Wind Power as well as REpower/Senvion. Prior to accepting his current position of CEO, Mr. Nauen was CEO of the Offshore Business Unit and member of the global Executive Committee at Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy. He has held these positions since 2017. He additionally served as the Managing Director of Siemens Gamesa’s legal entity in Denmark. His career within the power generation industry began in 1991 with Siemens, where over the course of a decade he operated in branches worldwide in diverse and key roles. He served as the first CEO of the global wind turbines business of Siemens from 2004 to 2010, leading the integration of the newly acquired company Bonus Energy A/S. He then accepted the position of CEO for the global wind turbines business at REpower/Senvion, where he oversaw substantial market, employee, and service business revenue growth for the company from 2010 to 2015. Mr. Nauen has served on a number of supervisory boards and is currently on the board of NKT A/S (Cables) in Copenhagen, Denmark and Semco Maritime (Wind and Oil and Gas Business) in Esbjerg, Denmark.

José Ignacio Sánchez Galán

Chairman and CEO


Born in Salamanca (Spain) in 1950, Ignacio Galán graduated as an Industrial Engineer from ICAI of Universidad Pontificia de Comillas in Madrid. Ignacio Galán is Chairman and CEO of Iberdrola, and Chairman of ScottishPower, Avangrid and Neoenergia, the country subholding companies of the Iberdrola Group in the UK, USA and Brazil, respectively. Since he joined Iberdrola in 2001, his pioneering vision for international expansion, renewable energies and sustainability has transformed the company into one of the largest in the sector, with presence in countries as Spain, UK, United States, Brazil, Mexico, Australia, Japan, France, Germany, Sweden, Poland or Romania. He holds honorary doctorates from the Universities of Edinburgh and Strathclyde in the UK, and the University of Salamanca in Spain. Ignacio Galán is currently a Visiting Professor at the University of Strathclyde, Chairman of the Social Council of the University of Salamanca and a Patron of the Comillas-ICAI University Foundation. He is also on the Presidential CEO Advisory Board of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Ignacio Galán is a member of the Electricity Cluster at the World Economic Forum, which he has chaired in the past, and a member of the Steering Committee of the European Round Table for Industry (ERT) and of JP Morgan International Council. Among other recognitions, in 2020 he received the Management Leadership Award by the Spanish Association for Quality (AEC) and the Forinvest Award for his professional career. In 2019 he was selected as one the best five world CEOs on the Harvard Business Review Ranking, and he was recognised by Bloomberg as one of the 30 leaders in the fight against climate change. He also received the National Innovation and Design Award Winner 2019 in the Innovative Career category granted by the Spanish Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities. In 2018 he was named Best CEO in the European utilities sector for the eleventh time by the Institutional Investor Research Group. Ignacio Galán was also named Commander of The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire in 2014 by Queen Elizabeth II.

Tobias Martinez Gimeno

Chief Executive Officer

Cellnex Telecom, S.A

Tobias Martinez is the company's top-ranking executive and sole director of the subsidiary Cellnex Finance Company, S.A.U. He joined Acesa Telecom (now Cellnex Telecom) in the year 2000, first as Board Member and Director General of Tradia, and subsequently of Retevisión. Before joining the Abertis Group, he headed his own business project in Information and Telecommunication Systems for more than 10 years. He studied Telecommunications Engineering and holds a Diploma in Top Management from the IESE Business School (PADE) and a Diploma in Marketing Management from the Instituto Superior de Marketing de Barcelona (Higher Institute of Marketing of Barcelona).

Luis Gallego Martin



Luis Gallego became International Airlines Group’s chief executive in September 2020, joining from Iberia where he was chairman and chief executive from January 2014 having been appointed chief executive in March 2013. IAG is the parent company of Aer Lingus, British Airways, Iberia, Vueling and LEVEL. It’s one of the world’s largest airline groups with 533 aircraft flying to 279 destinations and carrying around 118 million passengers each year (pre-COVID). During his tenure at Iberia, he turned the airline around as well as improving its efficiency, customer service and brand. Before that, Luis launched Iberia Express, as chief executive from January 2012, making the new Iberia subsidiary one of the most efficient and punctual airlines in Europe. He joined Iberia Express from Vueling where he was chief operating officer from 2009, when the airline merged with the low-cost carrier Clickair which he co-founded in 2006. He held various posts at Spanish regional airline Air Nostrum between 1997 and 2006. Born in Madrid, he graduated in aeronautical engineering from Universidad Politécnica de Madrid and received an MBA from the IESE Business School.

John Micklethwait



John Micklethwait is the Editor-in-Chief of Bloomberg where he oversees editorial content across all Bloomberg platforms, including its news, newsletters, magazines, opinion, television, radio and digital properties, as well as its research services including Bloomberg Intelligence. Prior to joining Bloomberg in February 2015, Micklethwait was Editor-in-Chief of The Economist where he led the newspaper into the digital age while expanding its readership and enhancing its reputation. He joined The Economist in 1987 as a finance correspondent and served as Business editor and United States editor before being named Editor-in-Chief in 2006. Micklethwait began his career in banking at Chase Manhattan in London after studying history at Magdalen College, Oxford. He is the co-author of seven books, most recently The Wake Up Call: Why the Pandemic Has Exposed the Weakness of the West, and How to Fix It. In 2010, Micklethwait was named Editors’ Editor

Maria Tadeo


Bloomberg Television

Maria Tadeo is a Brussels-based reporter for Bloomberg Television where she regularly reports on the continent’s politics and economy. She covered the Catalan independence crisis in-depth in 2017, the European elections and the Brexit negotiations from Brussels. She has also covered international events such as the G-7 and the European Central Bank monetary policy decisions. She also covered the Spanish and Greek general elections as part of the broader shift in European politics and followed the Italian government crisis securing an interview with Matteo Salvini. Reporting from the field across Europe, she has also landed interviews with top ranking European officials including French Finance Minister Bruno le Maire, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and European Central Bank governing council member Olli Rehn among others. Previously, Maria was based in Bloomberg’s London headquarters and the Madrid bureau. She graduated with a first class degree in journalism from City University London and received a scholarship from Banco Santander to complete a master’s degree in financial journalism. She is fluent in English, Spanish and French.

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