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Jaime Zurita
Jaime Zurita

Principal Economist

Since September 2011, Jaime Zurita is Principal Economist in the Financial Systems Unit at BBVA Research. His main area of responsibility is the analysis of the Spanish banking sector. He has more than 17 years of experience as a bank analyst and consultant.

 

In October 2006 Jaime joined BBVA’s Equity Research Department as Head Analyst for banks and insurance companies, covering the main Spanish and European stocks in the sector. In December 2008 he joined the Corporate Strategy and M&A team at BBVA with responsibilities in the development and implementation of strategic plans at Group level and the Group’s M&A activity in Spain and Portugal. In September 2011 Jaime joined BBVA Research where he remains since.

 

Before joining BBVA, Jaime held different positions as bank consultant and analyst at Analistas Financieros Internacionales (Afi) and in the Financial Division at Grupo Santander.

 

Jaime has a B.A. in Business Administration by CUNEF (Universidad Complutense de Madrid) and an Executive MBA at IE - Instituto de Empresa, Madrid. He is currently a CFA Level III candidate (Chartered Financial Analyst).


Latest Publications

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The impact of European banking consolidation on credit prices

Document Number 17/08

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The crisis has made obvious the fragility of some aspects of EMU, like financial fragmentation and the need of banking consolidation. Banks have merged due to the vulnerability of some players or in order to improve the profitability/efficiency of the sector.

Geographies:Europe
Topics:Banks

Available in English

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Spain: household and company deposits shrank slightly in February

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The latest figures for deposits published by the Bank of Spain show that Spanish household and corporate deposits fell by EUR800mn in February. After seasonal adjustments, the drop is higher: -EUR1.7bn.

Available in Spanish, English

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In January household and company deposits fell by EUR12bn, as expected

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In January 2015, household and corporate deposits shrank by nearly EUR12bn. 70% of this reduction is accounted for by seasonal effects. Thus, once seasonally adjusted, deposits corrected by nearly -EUR4bn.

Geographies:Spain
Topics:Banks

Available in Spanish, English

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Concentration and competition in the banking system

Document Number 14/23

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This paper discusses the existence of a relationship between market concentration and the degree of competition in the banking systems. The main finding is that no such link can be found as a general rule.

Geographies:Global
Topics:Banks

Available in Spanish

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The restructuring of the Spanish banking sector up to the recovery of credit flows

Document Number 14/12

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The Spanish banking sector has gone through one of the most comprehensive and thorough restructurings in the eurozone. This paper reviews the successive measures taken to reform the banking sector since the crisis began, particularly those adopted from February 2012 onwards to adjust asset value, the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding with the Eurogroup which marks out the route-map towards the end of restructuring, and the changes and adjustment processes which have been introduced to comply with this, culminating in the recapitalisation of part of the sector with public funds. It also analyses the competitive scenario in the sector after the reform, and takes a view on the measures most recently adopted to encourage an appropriate solution for credit refinancing, as well as the banking sector’s capacity to support the Spanish economy’s incipient recovery.

Geographies:Spain
Topics:Banks

Available in Spanish

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Some international trends in the regulation of mortgage markets: Implications for Spain

Document Number 13/17

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Analysis of the main characteristics of the mortgage markets regulation in developed countries, trying to extract implications in terms of the resilience of the different systems during this crisis

Available in English