New funding head for Spain

Spain has appointed Ignacio Fernández-Palomero as deputy director of the treasury and head of funding and debt management after Gonzalo García Andrés left the job last week.

  • 17 Sep 2010
Fernández-Palomero, who has already taken up the position, was previously the adviser to the treasury minister for the country’s Fund for Orderly Bank Restructuring (FROB). He designed and implemented the restructuring of the country’s savings banks, including liaising with the European Commission regarding the changes. Spain’s 45 savings ...

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