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During this Matins ESADE session entitled “Upheaval in the finance industry: opportunities and threats”, Jaime Carvajal, partner and CEO of Arcano Partners and president of EVO Banco will be interviewed by Maite Barrera, president of Esade Alumni and founding partner of Bluecap.

Jaime will discuss the greatest milestones in his professional career, including the creation of Arcano, one of the Spain’s foremost independent investment banks. He will also share his views of the prospects for private equity, the industry of asset advisory services and the role of independent investment banks.

In his capacity as president of Evo Banco, he will also address the current transformation of banking, what lies ahead for digital banking, new agents such as EVO Bank, and new trends in the industry since fintech companies burst on the scene.
Programme

Welcome and presentation
Maite Barrera (Lic&MBA 98), president of ESADE Alumni and founding partner of BlueCap

Interview
Maite Barrera (Lic&MBA 98), president of ESADE Alumni and founding partner of BlueCap,
will interview Jaime Carvajal, Partner and CEO of Arcano Partners

Discussion with audience participation

Closing comments
Maite Barrera (Lic&MBA 98), president of ESADE Alumni and founding partner of BlueCap Jaime Carvajal

Jaime Carvajal worked for the Banco Sabadell group for over three years as director of BS Capital (the group’s capital investment division) and managing director of Sabadell private banking.
Prior to this he worked at the World Bank where he held several posts including the president’s chief of staff and director of alternative investments for the bank’s pension fund.
His career began in the merger and buyout division of Lehman Brothers in New York.
Jaime Carvajal has a bachelor’s degree in physical science (Princeton University) and a master in international relations. We are very much looking forward to seeing you all there! For further information:
esadealumni@esade.edu

Language: Spanish