Following up on her recognition of being named among the Most Powerful Women in Business by Black Enterprise, BBVA Compass Chief Talent & Culture Executive Rosilyn Houston has recently earned an appearance on the publication’s top executives list, 300 Most Powerful Executives in Corporate America. Houston’s recognition underscores her contribution to positioning BBVA Compass as an inclusive, innovative and employee-centric organization.
The Aspen Institute named BBVA Compass Director of Corporate Responsibility & Reputation Reymundo Ocañas one of its 2017 First Mover Fellows this week, recognizing him as a leading “intrapreneur” who is working within his company to help solve some of the world’s most pressing social and environmental challenges.
BBVA Group garners excellent results in a number of categories of the prestigious Extel Survey’s 2017 edition. Jaime Sáenz de Tejada named Spain’s best chief financial officer.
Ricardo is the Global Head of Talent and Culture and a member of the Executive Committee at the BBVA Group. In this role, he is responsible for people management, organizational development, cultural transformation, corporate premises and services, and cross-functional projects. Previously, he was the Head of Business Development for Growth Markets, where he led the business development and digital transformation efforts in Turkey, Mexico and South America.
Ricardo Moreno is the global leader of BBVA Engineering. His main challenge on this role is to contribute to BBVA’s digital change managing and transforming the Group’s Information Technology platforms and Processes.
David Puente is Head of Data BBVA. In 2017 David Puente was appointed Director of Data, reporting to directly to the Chief Executive Officer. David is responsible for defining and implementing the overall data strategy, strengthening the Group’s data governance model, establishing the necessary capabilities from the different areas of the bank in order to develop models for data-driven products and solutions, and boosting a data culture that accelerates BBVA’s digital transformation process.
Cristina de Parias (born in Seville in 1965) has been Country Manager of BBVA Spain since 2014. She holds a law degree from the University of Seville and an MBA from IESE.
Eduardo Osuna Osuna (Mexico City, 28 de septiembre de 1969) is Vice President and CEO of BBVA Bancomer. He graduated with a B.S in Mechanical-Electrical Engineering from the La Salle University in Mexico City where he also graduated with a M.S in Top Management from the IPADE Business School. In addition he has a major in M&A from the Columbia Business School.
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.
Derek White heads BBVA’s Global Customer Solutions area and leads the delivery of the digital transformation of the bank to support the achievement of BBVA’s strategic purpose of bringing the age of opportunity to everyone.
José Luis de los Santos Tejero (born in Almadén on 27/11/1956) is the Chief Audit Executive for BBVA Group.
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.
Following a 13 year career in Bloomberg, first in London for Bloomberg TV and then in Madrid for the news agency, Paul joined BBVA’s Communications team as the Director of Corporate Communications and Global Businesses. Prior to this change, Paul was the Chief Correspondent for Spain and Portugal at the Bloomberg news agency.
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.
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.
Born in Chantada (Lugo), Spain, in 1944.
Graduated in Economic and Business Sciences from Universidad Complutense de Madrid.
José Manuel González-Páramo is Ph.D., M.Phil. and M.A. in Economics from Columbia University. He also holds a Ph.D. from Universidad Complutense.
Digital entrepreneurship and innovation are as present in our lives as cinema and television. Biopics about famous people, which in years past depicted politicians, sportspeople, journalists…, today deal with CEOs, entrepreneurs and innovators in the digital age. The entertainment industry is keeping up with new technologies and this list of movies and tv shows can prove that everybody can get inspiration having a good time when talking about entrepreneurship.