Civil Engineer (Polytechnic University of Madrid); MBA (Stanford University). CEO of Ferrovial since 2019. Former Regional President of CEMEX USA; Regional President of CEMEX Northern Europe; global responsible of CEMEX Energy, Security and Sustainability areas; President of CEMEX Spain; and CEO of CEMEX Egypt. He previously worked at McKinsey and Agroman. He was also President of OFICEMEN (Spanish Association of Cement Manufacturers), IECA (Spanish Institute of Cement and its Applications), and CEMBUREAU (European Cement Association).
Civil Engineer (ICCP) from the University of Granada and a graduate of different senior management courses at Stanford, ESADE and IESE. During his career as an entrepreneur, he was a founder and partner of different startups in the space, drones and employee experience sector including Zero 2 Infinity, Guudjob, BlueSouth, and IllusionBox. He has taken on several management positions in Iberia, including Vice President of Customer Experience, and has contributed to the transformation and development of the airline’s Hub. In addition, he was Chief Digital Officer of Latam Airlines, senior advisor to NASA’s Chief Innovation Officer in Houston and advisor of digital transformation for the Travel, Transportation and Logistics sector at McKinsey.
MBA from Deakin University and Diploma in Tourism and Travel from William Angliss College (both in Melbourne). He has spent most of his career in aviation industry and airport infrastructure with operational, commercial, and financial experience in airlines, airports and investment management. Most recently, he was an operating partner at Hermes GPE and was responsible for their transport investments. Previously, he held senior executive positions at OMERS (Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System), Ontario Airport Investments and Macquarie Bank Limited/MAp Airport. Over a period of 14 years, he has held senior positions at Changi Airports International in Singapore and airports in London City, Brussels and Bristol. He has 16 years of experience in the airline business, having worked at Virgin Blue and Qantas Airways. In May 2021 he was named CEO of Ferrovial Airports.
He has a degree in Philosophy from Complutense University of Madrid, Master in Human Resources from CEU and Executive MBA from the Instituto de Empresa. He joined Ferrovial in 2006 and since 2015, he held the position of Human Resources and Communications Director of Ferrovial Services. Previously, he was the Corporate HR Development Director and the HR Director of the Corporate Area. In 2020, he was appointed Chief Human Resources Officer. Prior to joining the company, he held various positions of responsibility in the field of consulting at IBM and PWC.
Civil Engineer (ICCP) from the University of Cantabria and MBA from the London Business School. He joined Ferrovial in 1995, and during his professional career, he has held various high-level positions in the divisions of Construction and Services. In 2003, he joined Amey, and he went on to take the position of Construction Manager at Ferrovial Construction in the United Kingdom in 2007. In 2013, he was named Managing Director at Ferrovial Services Spain, a position that he held until being chosen as Chief Executive Officer at Ferrovial Construction in November 2018.
He is a Civil Engineer (Polytechnical University of Madrid) and holds an MBA from The Wharton School of The University of Pennsylvania. In October 2009 he was appointed Chief Financial Officer of Ferrovial. Previously, he held various management positions at Telefónica Group, JP Morgan and Banco Santander. He worked in Civil Engineering before obtaining the MBA degree. Member of the IFRS Advisory Council (2013- 2015). He is Vice President of the Audit and Control Committee and member of the Board of Directors of Aegon España, S.A.
Gonzalo holds an MSC in Physics from the Complutense University of Madrid and an MBA from Stern School of Business, New York University. He joined the Department of Business Development of Ferrovial Services in 2004. Later on he held different positions across the Services division, being responsible for development and operations across several countries in Europe, the Americas and the Middle East. Prior to joining the company, he worked at McKinsey and Merrill Lynch. In October 2021 he was appointed CEO of Ferrovial Energy Infrastructures and Mobility.
Spanish State Attorney (on voluntary leave); PhD in Law (Universidad Complutense de Madrid). General Counsel and Secretary of the Board of Directors of Ferrovial since 2009. Former partner at two well-known law firms, in charge of Trial Law and Regulatory Law; Agent of the Kingdom of Spain before the Court of Justice of the European Union; professor at the Diplomatic School and the Carlos III University.
BA Degree in Economics from Columbia University and MBA from MIT Sloan School of Management. She has professional experience in the United States, Spain and Venezuela. In 2011 Maria Teresa joined Ferrovial as Director of Corporate Strategy. She previously held management positions in banking at Citi, Deutsche Bank, Bankers Trust, Wolfensohn and in consulting at McKinsey. Since 2014 she has been a member of the Board of Directors of Bankinter, since 2006 she is part of MIT Sloan Executive Board (EMSAEB) and of Fundación Eugenio Mendoza.
Civil Engineer from Madrid Polytechnical University. He began his career with Cintra in 2001 holding several positions in the car parks division, including Head of Development, before moving on to the toll roads division where he served as Head of Operations at Eurolink M4 (Ireland) and Managing Director of Radial 4 (Madrid). In 2010, he was appointed Country Manager for Spain and a member of the Executive Committee. In 2013, he became Head of Europe and also took charge of the Australian and Colombian markets in 2015. In 2017, he was appointed Director for Canada and CEO of 407 ETR. In 2020, Andrés Sacristán took over the management of Cintra US, where the company built and operates five innovative managed lanes projects. He was appointed CEO of Cintra in 2021.