- Griñán, who will form part of the Management Committee, has joined the bank to reinforce the growth of its business
Creand Wealth Management has hired Aránzazu Griñán as the new Assistant General Manager and head of the Business Division at the bank. Through this position, she will also sit on the bank’s Management Board.
Griñán has joined the Creand Wealth Management executive team to strengthen the bank’s organisational structure and drive growth, as well as to support the bank’s General Management in the fulfilment of its strategy plan. This plan is based on growth, the search for alliances, the improvement of customer service capacity, the continuous specialisation of both the team and products and services, and the promotion of digitalisation, with the aim of achieving a business volume of 5 billion euros by the end of 2024.
Aránzazu Griñán has spent a large part of her professional career at Banco Santander, where she managed various centres, including the first Select centre set up by Banco Santander in Spain.
She holds a degree in Law from the Complutense University of Madrid, a Women in Management programme, a master’s degree in Banking Management from the University of Cantabria and the MiFID and LCCI (Law on Real Estate Credit Contracts) certifications.
Marcos Ojeda, CEO of Creand Wealth Management, explained that “Aránzazu has come to strengthen the management team of Creand Wealth Management at a key moment for us, as we are experiencing sustained growth, which must always be accompanied by a reinforcement of the service capacity we offer our clients—our true vocation. Her extensive experience in the sector and the results she has achieved, alongside her great affinity with Creand’s business model, are the best guarantee of success”.