Julio Gómez-Pomar | Chairman
IE Center for Transport Economics & Infrastructure Management

Julio Gómez-Pomar, Chairman, IE Center for Transport Economics & Infrastructure Management

ACADEMIC BACKGROUND
•    PhD in Economics, Universidad Complutense de Madrid.
•    Degree in Economics, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.
•    Master in Public Administration, Harvard Kennedy School.
 HARVARD University (Fulbright scholarship).

    
PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND
•    Member of the Public Bodies:
o    Technical Body of Auditors and Accountants.
o    State Tax Inspector.

EXECUTIVE POSITIONS
2018-(current)
•    Chairman, IE Center for Transport Economics & Infrastructure Management. IE Business School
2014-2018
•    Secretary of State for Infrastructure, Transport and Housing
2012-2014
•    Chairman & CEO of RENFE.
2004-2012
•    Director of the PWC/IE Center of the Public Sector.  IE Business School 
2002-2004
•    Secretary of State for Public Administration. (Ministry for Public Administration)
2000-2002
•    Director General of European Funds. (Ministry of Finance)
1997-2000
•    Director General of the Treasury of the Social Security. (Ministry of Labour)
1996-1997
•    Director General of the National Institute of the Social Security. (Ministry of Labour)
1991-1993
•    Head of Staff. Secretary of State for Finance. (Ministry of Finance)

BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEMBERSHIP

•    Chairman of the Board of RENFE, ENAIRE, SEPES and Subsidiaries 
•    Member of the Board of  different public companies in financial and industrial sectors


Appearances:



Rail Live 2020 - 31st March @ 10:40

What do operators need from governments, infrastructure managers and technology providers to implement the new liberalised status quo in rail?

  • What lessons can we take from existing examples of a liberalised system to understand the technological challenges that lie ahead?
  • How will liberalisation help the rail world achieve the ultimate goals of transporting more passengers for a lower price in a more sustainable way?
  • What are the dangers of thinking of liberalisation as a silver bullet?
last published: 05/Mar/20 15:15 GMT

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