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José Manuel González-Páramo

Executive Member of the Board

José M. González-Páramo is Chairman of European DataWarehouse GmbH and the Europe chair of the TransAtlantic Business Council (TABC), the official business advisory group to the European Commission and U.S. administration. From 2013 to March 2020 he was an Executive Board member of BBVA. As Executive Board Director, he was the Chief Officer, Global Economics, Regulation & Public Affairs, and the Chairman of its International Advisory Board. Prior to BBVA, he served as a member of the Executive Board of the European Central Bank (ECB) from 2004 to 2012. Before his appointment to the ECB, he was a member of the Governing Council of Bank of Spain (1994-2004) and of its Executive Committee (1998-2004). From 1985 to 1994, he was an economic adviser to various public and private institutions including the Banco de España (1989-1994), the European Commission, the IMF and the World Bank Group. In 1988 he was joined Universidad Complutense as a full professor of Economics. From 2012 he is a professor of IESE Business School. He sits in the Board of Bruegel and Cercle d'Economia, among other non-profit organizations. González-Páramo is also a co-chair of the Saudi Arabia B20, is a member of the European Academy of Arts and Sciences, and has received a number of distinctions, including the Charles the Fifth Medal of the German-Spanish Chamber of Commerce ("contribution to a more united Europe"), Premio Institut D'Estudis Financers a la Excelencia Financiera ("professional career"), Premio Círculo de Empresarios and Doctor Honoris Causa (Universidad de Málaga), among others. In May 2015 he was elected full member of the Real Academia de Ciencias Morales y Políticas by the plenary of this institution, created in 1857. Mr. González-Páramo holds a Ph.D., M.Phil. and M.A. in economics from Columbia University. He also holds a Ph.D. from Universidad Complutense. He is a Fellow of Salzburg Global Seminar, and Chairman of the Advisory Council of Salzburg's Global Finance Summit, 2020.

 

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