Alejandro Agag - Business Career

Business Career

In 2002 Agag moved to London and started his own consultancy firm. He has been very active in multiple fields, including Telecoms, Energy, and especially Media. Agag expanded his activities to financial advisory and fund management, forming a company called Addax Capital LLP, which is regulated by the FSA. Agag is currently Chairman of Addax and was joined in 2009 by Ignacio Muñoz Alonso, former CEO of Rothschild Bank in Spain,who worked for Lehman brothers before that.Addax culture is deeply rooted in the values of long standing relationships, trust, discretion and technical excellence.

In 2007, the Financial Times named him as one of the 10 “shakers and movers” of the Spanish economy, and he was described as a “political hopeful, economist, banker and indefatigable dealmaker”.

Agag is frequently mentioned in the media for his extensive range of contacts, both political and business, from all over the world. The Spanish newspaper ‘El Pais’ once described his Nokia SIM Card as “Priceless”.

In 2008, GQ Magazine elected him as the Spanish “Businessman of the Year.”

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