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1. Íñigo Meirás


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Law and MBA from the Instituto de Empresa.
  • He joined Ferrovial in 1992 and was Managing Director of the Autopista del Sol and Toll Roads Director at Cintra until November 2000.
  • Between 2000 and 2007 he headed the expansion of Ferrovial Services as Managing Director, later as CEO, and in 2007 he was appointed CEO of Ferrovial Airports.
  • He served as Group Managing Director of Ferrovial from April to October 2009, when he was appointed CEO.

2. Jaime Aguirre de Cárcer

Chief Human Resources Officer 

  • Graduate of Law and Business Management (ICADE-ICAI)
  • Between 1990 and 2000 he held several positions of responsibility in Schweppes, S.A.
  • Including, Joint General Director and Director of Human Resources. Prior to this he was Director of Human Resources at Smithkline Beecham.
  • He joined Ferrovial in 2000 as General Director of Human Resources.

3. Alejandro de la Joya

CEO of Ferrovial Agroman 

    • Civil Engineer. He joined the company in 1991. Over the course of his career he has worked in Spain, Morocco, Italy and Portugal, and later as Director for Poland (Budimex).
    • In 2005, he held the post of Foreign Business Director and in 2007 was Head of International Construction.
    • In 2008, he was appointed CEO of Ferrovial Agroman.

4. Enrique Díaz-Rato

CEO of Cintra

  • Degrees in Civil Engineering and Economic Sciences, as well as an MBA from the EOI.
  • He joined Ferrovial in 2001, as Managing Director of Cintra Chile.
  • In 2004, he was appointed General Manager of 407 ETR Toll Road (Toronto, Canada) and in April 2006 became Toll Road Director for USA, Canada, Chile and Ireland.
  • In July 2006, he became CEO of Cintra.

5. Álvaro Echániz

CEO of Ferrovial FISA (real estate division)

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business Studies.
  • He joined Ferrovial with the takeover of Agromán, where he held the position of Chief Financial Officer.
  • Between 1999 and September 2002, he was Chief Financial Officer of Cintra.
  • Since 2007, he has been CEO of Ferrovial FISA.

6. Federico Flórez

Chief Information and Innovation Officer (CIIO)

  • Naval Engineer; Master’s Degree in Business Administration and IT Management, PAD IESE, INSEAD Advanced Management Program. Diplomas in Senior Management from Harvard, MIT and Cranfield.
  • He has worked companies including IBM, Alcatel and Telefónica. He is also CIO of the Bank of Spain.
  • In April 2008 he was appointed Chief Information Officer.

7. Jorge Gil 

CEO of Ferrovial Airports

  • Degree in Business and Law from ICADE University.
  • He joined Ferrovial in 2001 through Cintra, where he led the Department of Corporate and Business Development, working as CEO of the 407-ETR, Chicago Skyway and Indiana Toll Road highways.
  • In 2010, he was appointed Director of Finance and Capital Markets of Ferrovial.
  • He began his career at The Chase Manhattan Bank, where he was part of the Corporate Finance and M&A divisions.
  • In December 2012, he was appointed CEO of Ferrovial Airports.

8. Ernesto López Mozo

Chief Financial Officer

  • Civil engineer (Polytechnic University of Madrid) and MBA from The Wharton School of The University of Pennsylvania.
  • In October 2009, he was appointed Chief Financial Officer of Ferrovial.
  • Prior to joining Ferrovial he was the CFO of Telefonica, S.A., General Manager for Finance and Management Control of Telefónica Móviles and the Control and General Resources Managing Director of Telefónica Latinoamérica. Previously he was Deputy Chairman in Fixed Income Sales & Trading at JP Morgan.
  • Formerly he worked for the Treasury Department at Banco Santander. He also worked in civil works prior to obtaining his MBA degree.
  •  In October 2009, he was appointed CFO.

9. Santiago Olivares

CEO of Ferrovial Services 

    • Degree in Industrial Engineering (ICAI) and an MBA from MIT.
    • He joined Ferrovial in 2002 as the Business Development Director for the Services Division. He later became the Director of the International division.
    • In May 2007, he was appointed CEO of Ferrovial Services.

10. Santiago Ortiz Vaamonde

General Counsel

  • Spanish State Attorney; PhD in Law from Complutense University, Madrid.
  • General Secretary of the Board of Directors of Ferrovial since 2009.
  • Former partner in Trial Law, Public Law and Regulatory Law at Cuatrecasas and Ramón y Cajal.
  • Agent for the Kingdom of Spain before the Court of Justice of the European Communities; professor at the Diplomatic School and at the Carlos III University..

11. María Teresa Pulido

Director of Corporate Strategy 

  • Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Columbia University and an MBA.
  • She has vast experience in the field of strategic consulting (McKinsey) and also in investment banking and private banking (in banks such as Citigroup, Deutsche Bank and Bankers Trust).
  • Member of MIT’s Sloan EMSAEB Board. Joined Ferrovial in April 2011, as Director of Corporate Strategy.
  • Since July 2014, she has been a member of the Management Committee of Ferrovial.