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Distinguish the alumni of the Faculty signed by the Bank of Spain (16/06/2015)

The Association of Former Students and graduates of the Faculty of Business of the UPCT appointed during the graduation ceremony for students of Business Administration Manuel Nicolas Diaz as 'Distinguished Graduate'.

Diaz Cartagena just turned 26, worked since January in the banking supervision department of the Bank of Spain.

"It is a job of great responsibility, supervising the solvency, liquidity, governance and capital requirements for banks, in order to guarantee depositors' funds" summarizes the honoree.

"Of course, it is a job in which I will not bore you.

Many zeros are.

Figures he had ever seen, "he says.

Diaz studied at the Polytechnic University of Cartagena degree in Business Administration and completed, also in the UPCT, the Master in Accounting and Corporate Finance (COFIC), a period during which he practices in the Port Authority.

Shortly after concluding his training he started working in OpPlus Consulting and Agency, leading from Murcia accounting of BBVA's branch network in northeastern Spain.

To access the Bank of Spain has overcome a very competitive selection process.

"They hired just over 40 thousand presented us," says the graduate of the Polytechnic.

"Knowledge in Accounting Master gave me the UPCT were decisive", emphasized.

Historic moment

"Entering the Bank of Spain is very hard," said Elena Lara, professor at the Faculty of Business.

"Already it is one of the best places to work for an economist, but it is also participating in the single supervisory mechanism, one of the pillars of the Banking Union.

It is an interesting and historic for European integration process, "says the former teacher Manuel during the Bachelor.

"I realize reports to the European Central Bank, which has collected the Spanish model of banking supervision.

In Spain banks were better monitored and less contaminated by toxic assets, "says the young financial expert.

"We are proud as a teacher and a source of satisfaction for all faculty," says Mari Luz Maté, who led the final dissertation of Diaz.

"In class noted for their concern, their capacity for teamwork and attitude to overcome barriers and bring up any challenge," describes the teacher.

"I remember attending all economic conferences that we organized at the Faculty and participated in discussions on the European Union," recalls Elena Lara.

"That extracurricular training is an added value that are rated on your resume," he adds.

Source: UPCT

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