It is worth highlighting his work as legal advisor in Spanish Law in London, as well as Secretary of Administration of several public and private corporations. During the second half of 1996 he was Acting Director of the Bankia Legal Department, then Caja Madrid. Lupicinio has advocated since the 90s for the societization and privatization of the Savings Banks. He was a member of the Committee for Relations with the EEC of the Madrid Bar Association.
Co-author, in collaboration with Professor Alfredo Gallego Anabitarte, of a voluminous preparatory doctrinal body of the liberalizing laws of Energy, Industry and Mines. With Professor Mario Fernández he wrote an innovative work on the Responsibility of Business Administrators and in May 2007 he co-wrote the book: “Savings Banks. Business Model, Ownership Structure and Corporate Governance where it alerted about the regulatory urgency. He is a member of the Steering Committee of the European Banking and Financial Law Association, the Arbitration Club and the ICC National Committee. He is also President of SCEVOLA, Association for Ethics and Quality in the legal profession.
He studied Law and Economics at the Deusto University in Bilbao, expanding his postgraduate studies at the City of London Polytechnic (London College).
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