Spain’s AENA Loses CEO

The launch of Spain’s invitations to bid on a long-planned partial privatization of state airport operator AENA has been jostled by a Spanish government cabinet reshuffle that moved the incoming head of AENA, Rafael Catalá, to Justice Minister, a cabinet position.

Catalá, who designed the structure under which the new AENA will operate, also departs as Head of Infrastructure at Spain’s Fomento (Development) ministry, where he leaves unfinished a settlement with banks over their defaulted loans to Spain’s crumpled toll highways.


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