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Damián Rubianes Carrasco

WHO

Damián Rubianes Carrasco

AREA

Finance

Damián Rubianes has gained twenty years’ experience in capital markets, corporate finance and investment management, working for some of the top leading global financial institutions. He started his career at J.P. Morgan and since then has worked for Ernst & Young, BNP Paribas and Haitong Securities, where he was a Managing Director and Head of Equity and Debt Capital Markets in Spain.

Damián Rubianes has worked for departments that held top ranking positions in Spanish and Iberian league tables both in Equity and Debt Capital Markets (2007, 2009, 2012, 2014) and has also been a guest speaker at leading financial institutions like London Stock Exchange, UK Trade & Investment, Mergermarket, IE Business School, ICADE or Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.

Professor Rubianes started his academic career in 2013 and is now dedicated full-time to teaching, as an associate professor at Universidad CEU San Pablo and adjunct professor at IE Business School.

A passionate about the humanities, he enjoys reading literature and interpreting stories in their social and historical contexts.

Corporate Experience

• Managing Director, Head of Equity and Debt Capital Markets, Haitong Securities, Spain, 2010-2017

• Director, Deputy to Country Head, BNP Paribas, Spain, 2005-2010

• Senior Consultant, Ernst & Young (EY), Spain, 2000-2005

• Financial Analyst, J.P. Morgan, Spain, 1999-2000

Academic Experience

• Adjunct Professor, CUNEF, Spain, 2019-Present

• Associate Professor, Universidad San Pablo CEU and CEU IAM Business School, Spain, 2017-Present

• Adjunct Professor, IE Business School, Spain, 2014-Present

• Adjunct Professor, Universidad de Alcalá, Spain, 2013-Present

Academic Background

• Bachelor’s in Humanities, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Spain, 2012

• Certified European Financial Analyst, EFFAS, Spain, 2006

• MBA Cum Laude, IE Business School, Spain, 2005

• Bachelor’s in Economics and Business Administration, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain, 2000

• Major in Finance, University of Westminster, United Kingdom, 1999