MytripleA, the leading Spanish crowdlending platform, has appointed Francisco Rey to its Advisory Board. The appointment will allow MytripleA to benefit from Francisco Rey’s experience to focus on its growth strategy.
Francisco Rey has had a long and successful career as a director of major finance companies, in global positions based in New York and London. He has held positions of high responsibility for companies such as Merrill Lynch, where he led the TMT (Technology, Media and Telecommunications) team and Blackstone, where he was a partner. More recently, he was the global head of investment banking in BBVA. His professional career has enabled Francisco Rey to advise and invest internationally in numerous expanding companies, collaborating in their strategic development and access to growth capital in financial markets. Francisco has a degree in Economics from the University of Deusto and an MBA from the Columbia University in New York.
According to Sergio Antón, co-founder of MytripleA: “Francisco is helping us with critical issues, such as products, access to capital and growth strategy. It is a privilege to work with him and his becoming a member of our advisory board is a very important milestone for MytripleA”.
In addition to the recent appointment of Francisco Rey, the Advisory Board of MytripleA includes Andrés de la Morena, founder of Idealista.com and Farid Fleifel, former Director of Technology at Amazon/BuyVip. They both have a great deal of experience in investment management for technology companies.
MytripleA is the first and only Spanish Alternative Funding Platform registered with the Bank of Spain as a Payment Institution. Through mytriplea.com, small and medium enterprises and the self’employed can obtain funding in the form of loans that are provided directly by private investors. Investors receive a greater return on their investment commensurate with the risk they take. Companies can access this alternative source of finance 100% online, which is always available, has no cancellation fees and which does not consume CIRBE.