Moderators and Speakers
Alfonso Goizueta
PhD in International Relations from King's College London and novelist
Jorge Domecq
Director of International Relations at Airbus
Born in Jerez de la Frontera (Cádiz) on 28 November 1960, he graduated in Law from the University of Seville. He entered the Diplomatic School in Madrid in January 1985. In 1985, he started his diplomatic career as Head of the Office for the Pacific and Security Agreements in the Directorate-General for Asia, the Pacific and North America of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The following year, he became Head of the Political-Military Affairs Office in the Directorate General for International Security and Disarmament Affairs. In 1987, in the same Directorate General, he took up the post of Director of the Office of Atlantic Affairs. Between 1988 and 1993 he was responsible for Political-Military Affairs (DPC, DRC, EWG, NPG...
Michael Ignatieff
essayist, academic and former politician
Julissa Reynoso
Ambassador of the United States of America in Spain
Claudio Aranzadi
antiguo ministro de Industria y Energía de España
Claudio Aranzadi holds a degree in Industrial Engineering from the Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros Industriales of Bilbao and a degree in Economics from the University of Paris 1 (Pantheon-Sorbonne). In the public sector, he has been President of INI, Minister (of Industry and Energy, and of Industry, Trade and Tourism) and Ambassador to the OECD. In the private sector, he has worked in the banking sector (Banco de Vizcaya, BBV, BBVA), has been President of Bravo Solution España, and consultant in the energy area, he has also been Visiting Professor at the Barcelona Graduate School of Economics, and is Coordinator of the publication "Energy and Geostrategy".
Laurence Tubiana
President of the European Climate Foundation (ECF)
Carissa Véliz
Professor at the Institute of Ethics in Artificial Intelligence and Fellow of Hertford College, Oxford University
Professor at the Institute for Ethics in Artificial Intelligence and a fellow of Hertford College at the University of Oxford. She is the recipient of the Herbert A. Simon 2021 award for outstanding research in computer science and philosophy. She is the author of the acclaimed book Privacy Is Power (Debate) and editor of the Oxford Handbook of Digital Ethics. She advises policy makers around the world on privacy and the ethics of artificial intelligence.
Salomé Cisnal de Ugarte
Partner, Antitrust and Competition, Hogan Lovells International LLP
Meritxell Batet
President of the Congress
Nadia Calviño
vicepresidenta tercera y ministra de Asuntos Económicos y Transformación Digital del Gobierno de España
Third Vice President and Minister of Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation of the Government of Spain
Pablo Hernández de Cos
Governor of the Bank of Spain
Manuel de la Rocha Vázquez
Secretary General of the Department of Economic Affairs and G20 in the Cabinet of the Presidency of the Government of Spain
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