In the Maghreb region, one of the best solutions would be a pragmatic and flexible bipartisan agreement between Spain and Morocco. Continue Reading
Roberto Ayala is a Spanish citizen currently pursuing a master’s degree in public administration and international economics at the London School of Economics (LSE). He is formally trained in business and management with a background in finance and sustainable investments. Ayala has extensive experience working for investment banking firms in New York City where he spent over seven years, focusing on Latin American and Caribbean capital markets and debt restructuring, ensuring an investment-friendly environment, and sustainable programs collaboration between public and private sectors. In addition, he has extensive experience in the ESG, sustainable and green finance sectors, having advised multiple governments and corporations in the US, Europe and Latin America to execute sustainable finance transactions. Throughout the MPA and beyond, his goal is to build extensive knowledge to support the economic and financial development across Latin America and the southern European region, notably in Spain.