Jaime Carvajal y Urquijo
| Jaime Carvajal y Urquijo |
(businessman, lawyer, aristocrat, deep state operative)
|Born||9 June 1939|
|Alma mater||Complutense University of Madrid, University of Cambridge|
|Parents|| • Francisco de Borja Carvajal y Xifré|
• Isabel Urquijo Landecho
|Spouse||Isabel Hoyos Martinez de Irujo|
|Member of||Bilderberg/Steering committee, Trilateral Commission|
Spanish Bilderberg steering committee member. Close to king Juan Carlos. Trilateral Commission.
Not to be confused with his son Jaime Carvajal Hoyos
Jaime Fernando Carvajal y de Urquijo is a Spanish economist, lawyer and aristocrat with an extensive professional career as a financier, entrepreneur, businessman, investor and philanthropist. He shared a private education with future king Juan Carlos, and became CEO of the Banco Urquijo from 1978 (where the owner the Marquis of Urquijo was mysteriously assassinated in 1980). He was a member of the Bilderberg Steering Committee and of the the Trilateral Commission.
Born in 1939, Jaime Carvajal Urquijo has a degree in Law from the Complutense University of Madrid and a Master's in Economics from the University of Cambridge. From 1948 he was educated together with Juan Carlos de Borbón, the future king of Spain, in a small school conceived for the then young prince. He obtained the National Baccalaureate Award.
In 1963 he began working at Banco Urquijo, of which he would be appointed president in 1978. During the constituent legislature (1977-1979), he was a senator by royal appointment, and was also one of the signatories of the Spanish Constitution of 1978.
In 1980 and after the first democratic elections in Spain since the 1930s, he was invited to be part of the Trilateral Commission and, shortly after, he joined the Bilderberg Club as a member of its Executive Committee. He would be appointed active but non-executive president of Ford Spain (1981-2002), Ericsson Spain (1995-2011), ABB Spain, Plus Ultra and Parques Reunidos.
On August 1, 1980, Manuel de la Sierra y Torres, Marquis of Urquijo and owner of Banco Urquijo, and his wife María Lourdes, was assassinated in their house in Somosaguas.
Between 1983 and 1988 he was President of Banco Hispano Industrial and in 1988 he founded Iberfomento, a company dedicated to venture capital and advising on mergers and acquisitions that years later formalized a "joint venture" with the British investment bank Kleinwort Benson, on whose board would join. In 1995 he became the first president and co-founder of the Spain-United States Council, a civil, private organization supported by the governments of both countries, created to promote cooperation and links between Spain and the United States. In 2002 he became Managing Director & Partner of Advent International, one of the largest private equity firms in the world. Simultaneously, Carvajal Urquijo would be appointed Senior Advisor of Morgan Stanley, a position he holds today.
He has combined these activities with responsibilities such as the vice-presidency of Ferrovial, the Prado Museum Board of Trustees , the presidency of the Reina Sofía Orchestra and with the boards of Telefónica,Repsol, Unión Fenosa, Abengo , Asland and Indra Sistemas and some non-profit companies.
In 2014 he was co-founder and first president of the Endeavor Spain Foundation, a global organization that helps high-impact entrepreneurs with the ability to create qualified jobs, generate profits and inspire future generations of entrepreneurs.
Jaime Carvajal Urquijo is currently a trustee of the Zubiri Foundation, a trustee of the Hay Derecho Foundation, a member of the Social Council of the UNIR, vice president of the Institute of Directors-Administrators and an investor and advisor to new entrepreneurs.
In September 1962 he married Isabel Hoyos Martinez de Irujo, Marquesa de Hoyos and Grandee of Spain, with whom he had four children: Ana María (1963), Jaime (1964-2020), Victoria ( 1966) and Luis (1969). His parents were Isabel Urquijo Landecho and Francisco de Borja Carvajal y Xifré, 4th Marquis of Isasi and Count of Fontanar.
Events Participated in
|Bilderberg/1982||14 May 1982||16 May 1982||Norway|
|The 30th Bilderberg, held in Norway.|
|Bilderberg/1983||13 May 1983||15 May 1983||Canada|
|The 31st Bilderberg, held in Canada|
|Bilderberg/1984||11 May 1984||13 May 1984||Sweden|
|The 32nd Bilderberg, held in Sweden|
|Bilderberg/1985||10 May 1985||12 May 1985||New York|
Arrowwood of Westchester
|The 33rd Bilderberg, held in Canada|
|Bilderberg/1986||25 April 1986||27 April 1986||Scotland|
|The 34th Bilderberg, 109 participants|
|Bilderberg/1988||3 June 1988||5 June 1988||Austria|
|The 36th meeting, 114 participants|
|Bilderberg/1989||12 May 1989||14 May 1989||Spain|
La Toja Island
|37th Bilderberg meeting, 110 guests|
|Bilderberg/1990||10 May 1990||13 May 1990||New York|
|38th Bilderberg meeting, 119 guests|
|Bilderberg/1991||6 June 1991||9 June 1991||Germany|
Steigenberger Hotel Badischer Hof
|The 39th Bilderberg, 114 guests|
|Bilderberg/1992||21 May 1992||24 May 1992||France|
Royal Club Evian
|The 40th Bilderberg. It had 121 participants.|
|Bilderberg/1993||22 April 1993||25 April 1993||Greece|
Nafsika Astir Palace Hotel
|The 41st Bilderberg, held in Greece|
|Bilderberg/1994||2 June 1994||5 June 1994||Finland|
|The 42nd Bilderberg, in Helsinki.|
|Bilderberg/1995||8 June 1995||11 June 1995||Greece|
Nafsika Astir Palace Hotel
|The 43rd Bilderberg. Held at the Burgenstock Hotel in Burgenstock, Switzerland.|
|Bilderberg/1996||30 May 1996||2 June 1996||Canada|
|The 44th Bilderberg, held in Canada|
|Bilderberg/1997||12 June 1997||15 June 1997||US|
|The 45th Bilderberg meeting|
|Bilderberg/1998||14 May 1998||17 May 1998||Scotland|
|The 46th Bilderberg meeting, held in Scotland, chaired by Peter Carrington|
|Bilderberg/2010||3 June 2010||6 June 2010||Spain|
Hotel Dolce Sitges
|The 122 guests met in the Hotel Dolce Sitges, Barcelona, Spain.|
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