Héctor Flórez is Managing Partner and incoming Chairman of Deloitte. He holds a degree in Economics and Business Administration from the Universidad Pontificia de Comillas (ICADE E-2) and is a member of the Spanish Association of Economists. He has also completed the Management Development Programme (PDD) at IESE Business School.
He started his professional career in the company at the end of 1989. After several years focused on financial and regulatory advice, he specialised in strategic consulting for financial institutions. In 2001 he became a partner in the Consulting practice.
Between 2007 and 2016, he was responsible for leading the Strategy and Operations services in the Spanish company. In 2011 he assumed the position of Chief Strategy Officer at Deloitte Spain.
In 2015 he led the launch of the Monitor Deloitte brand in the Spanish market, which is enabling Deloitte to become one of the leading strategic advisors to major Spanish corporations. Two years later, he was appointed Managing Partner of Consulting at the Spanish company, which he holds until 2021.
Flórez has led consulting projects for great Spanish banks, including, in particular, the following types of projects: strategic plans, M&A, business diversification and international expansion, growth acceleration plans, performance improvement programmes and organisational advisory services. In addition, he has played a prominent role in the restructuring process of the Spanish banking industry that has taken place over the last few years, advising several banks throughout the process.
He has prepared and published numerous studies on the financial sector, for example: “La Banca española ante el nuevo milenio”, “Realidad y futuro de las Cajas de Ahorros”, “Análisis de la situación de Madrid como Centro Financiero Global”, “Análisis de la situación de Madrid como Centro Financiero Global”, “Análisis y Redefinición de las Cajas de Ahorros”, “Realidad y futuro de las Cajas de Ahorros”. “Analysis and Redefinition of Banking Services in Europe”, “How to reindustrialise Spain”.