Domingo Armengol Calvo (Barbastro, October, 25th, 1965) is BBVA’s Corporate Secretary and Secretary of the Board of Directors since 2009. Lawyer with more than 25 years of experience as Secretary of the Board of Directors and legal counsel for several companies in various sectors including Airlines, Food, Real Estate, Banking and Finance, he is also Secretary of the Board of non-profit organizations as BBVA’s Foundation.
Eduardo Arbizu (born in Pamplona, 6th January 1963) is the General Counsel of BBVA. Degree in law (with distinction), qualified as State Lawyer and AMP from Wharton.
Onur Genç was named CEO of BBVA Compass and U.S. country manager for BBVA Group in January 2017. He also is responsible for BBVA operations in New York and the BBVA Bancomer Houston Agency.
After the recent ratings upgrades announced by S&P, and DBRS, rating agency Moody’s has changed the outlook on its long-term rating for BBVA (Baa1) to positive from stable. In its press release, Moody’s said it favorably views the bank’s capacity to issue bail-in-able debt in order to meet MREL requirements.
Jorge Sáenz-Azcúnaga (born in Bilbao, 23 March 1970) is Head of Country Monitoring at BBVA. He earned his BS in Business Administration from the Universidad Comercial de Deusto (Spain) and holds a PDG from the IESE Business School (Spain).
Javier Rodriguez Soler is a seasoned M&A and Corporate Development Executive, with 23 years’ experience, 12 of them in two of Spain’s top tier International companies.
The General Data Protection Regulation is a new EU-wide law that will strengthen the data and privacy rights of EU citizens once it becomes effective on May 25, 2018. As a novelty, the GDPR introduces the right to portability of personal data, which will allow a customer to share the personal data which he/she has provided to a company with other companies with which he/she engages.
Ricardo Gómez Barredo (born in Madrid, 14 September, 1964) is Head of Accounting & Supervisors of BBVA.
José Luis de los Santos Tejero (born in Almadén on 27/11/1956) is the Chief Audit Executive for BBVA Group.
Ten years after the crisis broke, has financial stability improved? In the opinion of Ricardo Gómez Barredo, Head of Accounting & Supervisors at BBVA, “clearly, we have come a long way,” but adds “regulation will have to continue to adapt itself to the new demands to ensure a level playing field for everyone”.