Hernán López Yanes is the new Managing Director of Think Thanks in Spain

Hernan Lopez is the new Managing Director of Spain at Think Thanks, the integral facilitator of business growth. From this position, he will contribute his strategic vision and his extensive experience in the Spanish and European markets to develop the commercial strategy and Explore the opening of new markets.

With more than 30 years of experience in corporate relations, Hernán has managed high performance teams and has worked with global corporate and institutional clients, both in Europe and Latin America.

López Yanes has developed most of his professional career in corporate banking, having worked in various countries under different cultural and business circumstances, with a strong focus on management, negotiation, marketing and technology. His experience spans management positions, both in Latin America and Europe, in financial institutions such as Royal Bank of Scotland, ABN AMRO, Citibank and Banco Santander.

López Yanes studied Business Administration at UADE, having completed various management and corporate finance programs at IAE Business School, London School of Economics, IESE, IE and an Executive program at ESADE to complete his training as an independent company director.

I am very excited to join this great team of professionals and to be able to contribute my experience and my knowledge of the European market so that, together with the capabilities of Think Thanks, we can help European companies to accelerate their digital transformation. We define ourselves as integral growth facilitators and I am convinced that we have a lot of value to contribute in this market”shares López Yanes, after his incorporation.

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For his part, Sergio GrinbaumCEO of Think Thanks, notes: “We have been looking for Hernán for a long time to add his talent to Think Thanks’ expertise in Spain. I find a great opportunity to consolidate our experience in facilitating the growth of companies by being the arm that accompanies them”.

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