Manuel Azuaga resigns from his position as President of Unicaja Banco

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The president of Unicaja Banco, Manuel Azuaga, submitted his resignation from the board this Friday, after more than seven and a half years at the helm of Spain’s fifth largest financial institution.

Azuaga, who had to deal with the internal war between the Malaga and Asturias blocs that erupted after the merger with Liberbank in 2021, is 76 years old and now served as non-executive president of Unicaja after giving up his executive roles in 2021 had September. , pursuant to the terms of this merger.

His resignation will take effect once the approval of the European Central Bank (ECB) has been received and the appointment of his successor to the position has been agreed, Unicaja has informed the CNMV.

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