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Héctor Izquierdo Triana

WHO

Héctor Izquierdo Triana

AREA

Accounting & Management Control

With a rich experience working in 25 countries, from America, the Middle East, ex-republics of the USSR, to the Far East, in sectors such as energy, healthcare and government administration, Professor Izquierdo Triana learned about management control techniques and their implementation in different countries and businesses, combining his practical experience with the academic. He has been highly influenced by having grown up in an environment in which his parents and brothers were professors of literature, history, sculpture and photography in public administration, and in which the personal enrichment of the student was rewarded, transmitting the humanistic and vocational character of teaching as a way to learn and better the individual. Izquierdo Triana has complemented his academic experience with the writing of case studies and articles related to the development and implementation of ABC systems and the Balanced Scorecard, as well as relating to the integration of management control systems and internal auditing in organizations, both in business and of a public nature.

Academic Background

• Completing his PhD in Economics

• Executive MBA. IE Business School, Madrid. Number 1 of class and program

• Law degree. Universidad Pontificia de Comillas, ICADE E-3

• Business Economics degree. Universidad Pontificia de Comillas, ICADE E-3

Academic Experience

• Adjunct professor. IE Business School

• Associate professor. ICADE

• Tutor-professor. UNED

• Invited professor. Bordeaux Management School (BEM)

• Invited professor. Notre Dame University-Louaize Beyrouth (NDU)

• Invited professor. St. Xavier´s Collage, Ahmedabad, India

• Invited porfessor. Insper, Sao Paolo, Brazil

Corporate Experience

• Internal Audit Director. Member of the Steering Committe. Renfe

• Internal Audit and Control Director. Unión Fenosa Gas

• Central Services Managing Director. City Hall S/C de Tenerife

• Controller Group Hospiten