Spain's BME names new general manager of Fixed Income following retirement

Eugenia Jiménez
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Spanish stock market operator BME has promoted Gonzalo Gómez Retuerto to general manager of BME Fixed Income following the retirement of Julio Alcántara. BME Fixed Income is the group's company responsible for managing the private and public debt markets. Gómez Retuerto, who was to the date deputy general manager of BME Fixed Income, will combine his new responsibility with that of managing director of MARF, a role he has held since the launch of this market in 2013. He joined BME from the AIAF Market, where he worked since 1992. Gómez Retuerto has always worked in the fixed income...

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