3rd Edition

Central Europe Meeting Point

Warsaw, April 22nd- 24th, 2008
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Joaquín Abós
Senior Advisor – Spain
Raiffeisen International Bank-Holding AG (Member of RZB Group)
He was born in Huesca, Spain, september 15th, 1945. Married

1963-69 PhD. Industrial Engineer. Higher Technical School of Engineering.
Barcelona. Spain.

1969-71 MBA. IESE Business School. Barcelona.

Training: Bank Rothschild (Paris), Bank of America (San Francisco) and J.P.Morgan
(New York).

March 2005 Senior Advisor for Spain of Raiffeisen Zentralbank A.G. Group
(RZB Group) of Austria,, the largest Austrian private bank with 18
subsidiaries and more than 2400 branches in 16 countries of Central &
Eastern Europe.
From 2004-2005 EuroArab Management School (EAMS). Granada. Spain. EAMS was the only existing joint venture of the Arab League, the EU and the Spanish Government. Director General.

From 1999 to 2003 The OPEC Fund for International Development. Vienna.
Advisor (to create the Private Sector Department).Diplomatic Status.

1993-1999 European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD),
London. Senior Banker.Diplomatic Status.

1989-1992 Banco Atlantico. Madrid, Spain. General Manager (today Banco
Sabadell Atlanico).

1987-1988 Banco Hispano Americano. Madrid. Spain. .Executive
Vicepresident (today Banco Santander Central Hispano).

1972-1987 IBERCAJA (Savings Bank). Zaragoza.Spain. Assisant General

1971-1972 SALVAT Publishing Company. Barcelona, Spain

Member of the Board of Directors of several companies and financial institutions in Spain representing the above mentioned Spanish Banks. Additionally, Board Member of different Banks in Central & Eastern European countries representing the EBRD.

Author of articles on economic and banking subjects published in magazines and newspapers in Spain.

Lectures on financing and economic issues in Spain and abroad.

Professional trips to 62 countries.

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