Francisco Luzón

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Francisco Luzón
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Francisco Luzón López

1 January 1948
Died17 February 2021(2021-02-17) (aged 73)
Madrid, Spain

Francisco Luzon Lopez (1 January 1948 - 17 February 2021 ) was an economist and banker Spanish. He was born in El Cañavate , Spain. He participated in the transformation of Spanish and Latin American banking in the last thirty years, assuming important responsibilities in entities such as Banco de Vizcaya , Banco Bilbao Vizcaya , Argentaria or Banco Santander. He has been a promoter of educational projects and platforms such as Universia , based on public-private collaboration, which promote networking, especially between Spain and Latin America. On November 6, 2016 announced that a patient of ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) since his diagnosis in October 2013. It also announced the creation of the Foundation Francisco Luzon to fight the disease and support research. He died on February 17, 2021. [1][2]

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  1. BOE (November 7, 2011). Royal Decree 1654/2011, of November 14, by which the Medal of Merit at Work, in its Gold Category, is awarded to Francisco Luzón López.
  2. De Barrón, Iñigo (February 17, 2021). "Former banker Francisco Luzón dies, sick with ALS" . The Country (Madrid) . Retrieved February 17, 2021.