MADRID, 9 Sep. (EUROPA PRESS) -
Silvia García-Castaño has resigned as general director of Tressis, as published by the National Securities Market Commission (CNMV), and has signed for the investment firm Lombard Odier as senior portfolio manager.
Before working at Tressis, García-Castaño developed the bulk of his 20-year professional career at the BNP Paribas Group, where he held various positions, with responsibility for discretionary management portfolios and collective investment institutions and as head of the launch of open architecture products, among others.
Tressis has indicated to Europa Press in a comment that the investment committee will continue to function "optimally" with Daniel Lacalle as chief economist and the entity's investment and analysis team led by Jorge González, director of analysis, Virginia Pérez Palomino, director of equities and Gonzalo Ramírez Celaya, director of fixed income.
Lombard Odier has also appointed the senior vice president of the Madrid office, Iván Basa, as the new general manager of the Spanish branch of the firm from October 1, 2022, replacing José Couret, who will continue to be part of the group as banker. senior and advisor in a new role.