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Alumni Dinner with Dean Judy Olian & Special Guest Emilio Saracho ('80)
Thursday, March 22, 2018
8:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Casa Club, Madrid (map )
17 Calle de Pinar, Madrid

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Alumni:$55.00BUY TICKET
Others:$86.00BUY TICKET

Contact: Juan Diaz-Andreu ('96)

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Dean Judy Olian   

 Emilio Saracho ('80) 

Please join Dean Judy Olian for dinner featuring Anderson alumnus Emilio Saracho ('80),   who will share observations on his illustrious career, beginning with his work for JP Morgan in London and Madrid, through his position as Executive Chairman of Banco Popular. Saracho is currently a Senior Advisor and Independent Director to a group of prestigious international companies. Dean Olian will also give an update on the current happenings at UCLA Anderson.

Date: Thursday, March 22nd 

Time: 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Ticket Price: 45 € – 70 € 

Attire: Business

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About Emilio Saracho ('80)

Emilio Saracho is presently Senior Advisor and Independent Director to a handful of prestigious companies: Inditex, (the world’s leading Retailer), International Airlines Group, (the holding company that owns British Airways, Iberia and Aerlingus among others), Altamar (a leading alternative asset manager based in Spain) as well as other advisory roles in the Private Equity and Hedge Fund sectors. He is increasingly active in Environmental and Educational projects.

From February 2017 until June of the same year, he was appointed Executive Chairman of Banco Popular, a house hold bank in Spain, badly damaged since the ?nancial crisis. Under his leadership the bank was resolved and sold to Banco Santander in what has been the ?rst wind down of a European Bank under the new Resolution rules.

From December 2014 till February 2017, he was one of the ?ve Vice Chairman of JPMorgan Chase & Co. the company he had spent the last 19 years. Prior to that, he was Deputy CEO of J.P. Morgan for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) (2012-2014), Co-head and CEO of EMEA Investment Banking (2009-2012), CEO of JPMorgan Private Bank in EMEA (2006-2008)

Emilio has been an integral part of the investment banking landscape region since he began his career in 1980 at Chase Manhattan's Investment Bank, a heritage ?rm of J.P. Morgan, where he worked in Madrid and London.

Emilio left Chase Manhattan Bank in 1985 to establish Santander de Negocios, the ?rst local merchant bank in Spain, with three partners. He headed the Corporate Finance group at Santander de Negocios, becoming general manager and head of Santander's Corporate Banking Division in 1989.

In 1990, Emilio joined Goldman Sachs as co-head of its Spanish and Portuguese operations, returning to Santander Investment as head of Global Investment Banking ?ve years later.

Emilio rejoined J.P. Morgan in 1998 as president of Spain and Portugal across the Investment Bank, Asset Management and Treasury & Securities Services.

Born in Madrid, Emilio has a B.A. in economics from Universidad Complutense Madrid and an M.B.A. from UCLA. He was a Fulbright scholar from 1978–1979.

About Dean Judy Olian

Judy D. Olian, Ph.D. is the eighth dean of UCLA Anderson School of Management and John E. Anderson Chair in Management. She began her appointment in January 2006 after serving more than five years as dean and professor of management at the Smeal College of Business Administration at Pennsylvania State University, and professor and senior associate dean at the Smith School at the University of Maryland.

Under her leadership, UCLA Anderson has hired a record number of faculty, launched new global degree and certificate programs, and initiated and developed targeted partnerships in Asia and Latin America. Recently, UCLA Anderson became the first self-supporting school at the University of California.

Under her leadership the School has raised almost $325M to support innovative programming and management thought leadership, and to advance UCLA Anderson as one of the leading schools of management in the world. (More...)