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Daniel Carreño Álvarez

Daniel Carreño Álvarez

President & CEO for GE Spain and Portugal.

Daniel Carreño has spent more than 16 years working at General Electric, where he has held various positions, and for the past four years has been the President and CEO for Spain and Portugal. Previously, he enjoyed a successful career at Hewlett-Packard, where for seven years he held several positions of responsibility in the Finance and Sales departments.

He holds degrees in Law and Economic and Business Studies from the Universidad Pontificia Comillas (ICADE) and has extensive postgraduate training.

Currently Daniel Carreño is Chairman of the Spanish Federation of Healthcare Technology Companies (Fenin), Vice-Chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham), and member of the governing bodies, among others, of the Junior Achievement Foundation, the Technology and Health Foundation, the American Business Council and the Association for the Advancement of Management (APD).

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