Company Overview of Banco de España
Banco de España operates as a central bank of Spain. Its functions include defining and implementing Euro system's monetary policy, conducting currency exchange operations, promoting the working of payment systems in Euro area, issuing legal tender banknotes, preparation and the publication of statistics relating to its functions, provision of treasury services and financial agent for government debt, adviser to the government, and preparing reports and studies. Banco de España was formerly known as The Banco Nacional de San Carlos and changed its name in 1856. The company was founded in 1782 and is based in Madrid, Spain.
C/ Alcala, 48
Founded in 1782
Key Executives for Banco de España
Director General of Regulation and Financial Stability
Director General of Operations, Markets & Payment Systems
Director General of Banking Supervision
Associate Director General of Banking Supervision
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Banco de España Key Developments
Banco de España Presents at 10th Annual European Government Bond Conference 2015, Nov-13-2015 11:15 AM
Nov 9 15
Banco de España Presents at 10th Annual European Government Bond Conference 2015, Nov-13-2015 11:15 AM. Venue: SOFITEL Brussels Europe, Place Jourdan 1, 1040 - BRUSSELS, Belgium. Speakers: Jose Ramon Martinez-Resano, Senior Economist.
Banco de España Presents at FT Spain Summit 2015, Oct-15-2015 12:00 PM
Sep 28 15
Banco de España Presents at FT Spain Summit 2015, Oct-15-2015 12:00 PM. Venue: Hotel Ritz by Belmond, Plaza de la Lealtad 5, Madrid 28014, Spain. Speakers: Fernando Restoy, Deputy Governor.
Banco de Espana Announces Executive Changes
Sep 16 15
The Executive Commission of the Banco de Espana accepted the resignation submitted by the Director General of Economics, Statistics and Research, Jose Luis Malo de Molina. The Executive Commission approved the appointment of Pablo Hernandez de Cos as Director General of Economics, Statistics and Research; this appointment was ratified by the Bank's Governing Council. Both the resignation of Malo de Molina and the appointment of Hernandez de Cos will be effective as of October 1, 2015. The Executive Commission approved the appointment of Juan Ayuso Huertas as new Director of the Operations Department of the Directorate General Operations, Markets and Payment Systems, and of Oscar Arce Hortiguela as new Director of the Monetary and Financial Studies Department of the Directorate General Economics, Statistics and Research. The Executive Commission appointed Jose Luis Malo de Molina advisor on European Monetary and Financial Affairs to join, in agreement with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, the Permanent Representation of Spain to the European Union, with headquarters in Brussels.
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