Metrovacesa es la promotora inmobiliaria líder en España. Con 100 años de historia, su actividad principal se centra en la promoción y venta de viviendas y se complementa con el desarrollo de proyectos comerciales y la gestión activa de suelos.
En la actualidad cuenta con la mayor cartera de suelo líquida del mercado español, con una superficie total de 6 millones de m2 edificables, permitiendo desarrollar 35.000 viviendas en todo el país. Su presencia geográfica es única y equilibrada con especial atención en algunas grandes ciudades. Asimismo, está presente en zonas turísticas de primer nivel y en ciudades de menor tamaño con alto potencial.
Metrovacesa, que comenzó a cotizar en el Mercado Continuo el 6 de febrero de 2018, tiene un equipo con larga experiencia en el sector y una plantilla de alrededor de 200 empleados.
Degree in Economics and Business Studies from the University of Bilbao. MBA from INSEAD.
Mr. Moreno is currently President of Metrovacesa, S.A., member of the Board of Directors of Telefónica, S.A. and member of the Board of Directors of Roadis Transportation Holding, S.L.U. He is also Senior Advisor for BC Partners in Spain.
Previous posts include CEO of Metrovacesa, General Manager of the Chairman’s Office at Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria, S.A., CEO of N+1 Private Equity and CEO of Vista Capital Expansión, S.A., SGECR (Private Equity).
He also served as Deputy General Manager of Corporate and Institutional Banking at Corporación Bancaria de España, S.A. – Argentaria, CEO of Desarrollo Urbanístico Chamartín, S.A. and Chairman of Argentaria Bolsa, Sociedad de Valores.
In addition, he also served as Head of Corporate Banking and Private Equity at Banco de Vizcaya, Banco Santander de Negocios, and Mercapital.
Prior to his appointment as Chief Executive Officer of the Company, Mr Pérez de Leza was Managing Director for Europe at Grupo Lar from April 2005 to November 2016, General Manager of European Operations at Excite@Home from September 1998 to December 2005 and worked at Boston Consulting Group from September 1991 to September 1998.
In addition, Mr Pérez de Leza is a member of the Harvard Real Estate Alumni Association and an associate professor at the Masters in Real Estate Development at IE University.
Mr Pérez de Leza holds a MSc in industrial engineering from the ICAI University (Madrid) and an MBA in general management from the Harvard Business School.
Mr Javier Garcia-Carranza Benjumea is currently Executive Vice-President of Banco Santander, in charge of Restructuring, Holdings, Property, Recovery Strategy and Disposal of Loans and Assets.
Before joining Banco Santander in February 2016, he worked at Morgan Stanley in London as Co-Head of the Real Estate investment banking business in EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa). Mr García-Carranza also has experience in investment business, having made investments for Morgan Stanley Real Estate Funds and the Morgan Stanley Special Situations Fund in the UK, Spain, Italy, France and Germany in excess of $5 billion.
Mr García-Carranza has a degree in business administration from Universidad Carlos III in Madrid.
Mr. Carlos Manzano currently serves as the head of the holdings area within the Restructuring, Holdings, Property, Recovery Strategy and Disposal of Loans and Assets department of Banco Santander.
Before joining Santander in 2017, Mr. Manzano worked at Deustche Bank as the head of Real Estate for Spain and Portugal and, before joining Deutsche Bank, he worked at BAMI, Gecina and the prior Metrovacesa.
Mr. Manzano holds a degree in business and economics from the Universidad de Valladolid and an MBC from ESADE (Barcelona).
Ms Ana Bolado has over 31 years of management experience in an international environment within the Santander Group. Within the Santander Group, Ms Bolado has been Corporate Director of Digital Strategy and Business in Santander Universidades. From 2010 to 2013, she was the Director for Commercial Strategy and Business Development in Commercial Banking in Spain, where she also was a member of the Management Committee of Banco Santander España. Between 2005 and 2010, she worked as Corporate Director of Human Resources at Santander Group and, between 2003 and 2005, as Managing Director of Santander Global Banking and Markets. Previously, Ms Bolado work in different areas related to financial products, investment banking and capital markets.
Ms Bolado has a degree in pharmacy by the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and an MBA at IE Business School.
Mr Mariano Olmeda has developed his professional career in Banco Santander, where he has served as a General Deputy Director for Santander Central Hispano Global Banking and Market for the past few years. He has also worked as member of the advisory board of Tutellus and Taiga Mistral.
Mr Olmeda has a degree in business and economics from Universidad Complutense de Madrid and a PDG (Programa de Dirección General) from IESE Business School — Universidad de Navarra.
Mr Cesáreo Rey-Baltar currently serves as Director of Real Estate Equity Holdings at BBVA. Mr Rey-Baltar has also served as Director of Indutrial Equity Holdings and as responsible of e-Business projects at BBVA. Before joining BBVA in 1999, Mr Rey-Baltar used to work at Generale Bank (currently BNP Paribas).
Mr Rey-Baltar holds a degree in business and insurance actuary from the Universidad del País Vasco and an MBA from the Instituto de Empresas (IE).
Mr José Ferrís Monera currently serves as managing director for Strategy and M&A at BBVA and is in charge of execution of mergers and acquisitions in Latinamerica and Asia and is responsible for Real Estate portfolio and sale of assets. He is also in charge of the Equity Holdings department. Mr Ferrís has a long carrier with BBVA, where he has also served as M&A senior vicepresident in USA, M&A origination director in France and B2C project manager and mobile commerce.
Mr Ferrís holds a degree in business and economics from the Universidad the Valencia and an International MBA from the Instituto de Empresas (IE).
Ms Beatriz Puente is the General Financial and Economic Director (Directora General Económico Financiera) at NH Hoteles, S.A. since 2015. Before working at NH Hoteles, S.A., Ms Beatriz Puente was the Chief Financial Officer of AENA, S.A. (2013-2015) where she was responsible for preparing and coordinating the company´s privatization process and its IPO and leading the negotiation of the restructuring of its debt. Prior to AENA, she was the Chief Financial Officer (2007-2013) and Investor Relations and Corporate Development Director (2005-2007) at Vocento, S.A. and was responsible of the preparation of Vocento´s IPO. Before Vocento, Ms Beatriz Puente worked at Citigroup Global Markets (Spain) as Vice President for the Investment Banking M&A division (2003-2004) and as an investment banking associate for Financial Institution & Latam (2001-2003). Before graduating from J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management (Northwestern University) in 2000, she worked as Chief Financial Officer at Quintiles, S.L. (1997-1998) and at Ernst & Young (Spain) (1995-1997). In addition to her work, Ms Puente has been a member of C.U.N.E.F’s advisory board since September 2015 and has taught the Mergers and Acquisitions module in its Master of Finance since 2010.
Ms Puente has an MBA from J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management (Northwestern University) (2000) with a Fulbright scholarship and a Business Degree (Licenciada en Ciencias Empresariales) from Colegio Universitario de Estudios Financieros (CUNEF) in 1995.
Ms Emma Fernández is a managing partner at Kleinrock Advisors, S.L. (Madrid) since 2016 a platform to advise and promote technology based companies. Before joining Kleinrock, Ms Fernández worked at Indra Sistemas, S.A. as Senior Executive Vice-president and member of the Executive and Management Committees (2007-2015). From 1991 to 2006, she hold several managing positions in operations and in the Corporate headquarters, as for example, Marketing and Corporate Development Director, including M&A (2003-20006) or strategic Development Director (1995-2002). Before joining Indra, Ms Fernández worked at Telefónica I+D in the optoelectronics division (1988-1990) and at Alcatel as a research and development engineer.
Currently, she is member of the Strategy and Supervisory Council of Aquae Foundation, member of the Advisory Board of AERTEC Solutions, mentor in Ashoka and Endevour, member of several working groups at Real Instituto Elcano and Círculo de Empresarios, member of Women Leadership Committee at AmCham and mentor at the International MBA of IE.
She has also been member of the Executive Committees at Cámara de España, Real Instituto Elcano, EOI Advisoy Council, FEDEPE and High Level Group on Aviation Research of the UE and Advisory Council for Aeronautics Research and Innovation in Europe (ACARE).
Ms Fernández has an MBA from IE Business School (1987) and a degree in telecommunication from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (1987).
Mr Vicente Moreno is the President of Fundación Accenture since 2009 and was the Chief Executive Officer (2005-2015) and Executive Chairman (2007-2015) of Accenture Spain. During this period he was also responsible for Accenture in Portugal, Israel and Africa. Previously he was also General Manager at Accenture Poland SP. Z.O.O. (1994-1997). He joined Accenture in 1985.
Besides Fundación Accenture, Mr Moreno is also a member of the Board of trustees of Fundación Seres, Fundación SM, Fundación Referemte, Fundación Princesa de Asturias and a member of the Consejo Profesional ESADE.
Mr Moreno holds a Naval Engineering degree from Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros Navales.
Mr Juan Béjar is a senior advisor at Greenhill & Co. Europe LLP since 2017, co-founder and president at Bruc Management Projects, S.L. since 2015 and Non-Executive Chairman at Globalvia Infraestructuras since 2013. From 2013 to 2015, Mr Béjar was Chief Executive Officer and Vice-President at Fomento de Construcciones y Contratas, S.A. (FCC). Before joining FCC in 2013, he was the Executive Chairman at Cementos Portland Valderrivas, S.A. (2012-2013) and at Globalvia Infraestructuras (2009-2012). Mr Béjar also worked at Citi Alternative Investment – Citigroup Infrastructure Management Company (London) as the Chairman of Citigroup Infrastructure Management Company (2007-2009) and at Grupo Ferrovial as CEO of Ferrovial Infraestructuras y Ferrovial Aeropuertos (2002-2007), General Director (1998-2002) and Diversification Director (1991-1998).
Mr Béjar also worked at Holcim Trading, S.A. as a general director (1983-1991), at Enasa Pegaso as concessions network controller (1981-1983) and at Hornos Ibéricos Alba as planning director (1978-1981).
Mr Béjar holds law degree and a business degree from Instituto Católico de Administración y Dirección de Empresas.