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Bernardo Gil

Deputy Managing Director, IMCW Europe

IMCW Europe

Education:

  • CEU University, Bachelors in Economics
  • ESADE Business School Madrid, Master in Finance

Languages: Spanish, English, French, Portuguese

Technical areas of expertise: Finance, Private Sector Development, Business Development

Bernardo is the Deputy Managing Director of IMCW Europe, based in Malaga. He specializes in Business Development and Public Tendering especially in Public-Private Partnerships. He has large experience working with public administrations, while developing Public-Private Partnerhsip programs supervised by national, regional, or local governments. Bernardo joined IMC Worldwide in 2019, when the firm acquired Aninver, a market intelligence and strategic consulting firm based in Malaga, Spain, where he was leading the Business Development function. Bernardo continues to lead the Business Development function in coordination with departments and teams across the business and acts as deputy director of the Malaga office.

Before Aninver, which he joined in 2015, Bernardo worked for more than eight years in an Industrial Group, on a wide range of projects such as Urban Transport Companies, Airports, Car Parks, Real Estate, Wellness Centers, Retirement Homes, and Hospitals. He was responsible for tendering for new projects and launching them and managing project financing. Bernardo has extensive knowledge and experience of international financial markets. He worked for several years for financial institutions in London. Additionally, he worked as a consultant in projects for telecom companies and advising to the Spanish National Administration in various sectors.

What’s the one piece of advice you would give others about life?

Read a lot, stay informed and create your own mind about things.

If you could change something in the world, what would it be?

I really believe that we need more women in positions of responsibility. Progress has been made, but there is still a long way to go.