Organisational chart


Nature and composition of the General Assembly

15.1. The General Assembly is the supreme body of the Association and is formed by all the Associates, who can attend it with voice, although only the Practicing Associates who are up to date in the payment of their fees will have the right to vote, in accordance with the provisions of these Bylaws and the agreements adopted by the governing bodies of the Association.

16.1 The General Assembly can meet with an ordinary or extraordinary character.


Ordinary General Assembly

16.2 The meeting of the General Assembly that decides on the approval, where applicable, of the Annual Accounts, on the Settlement of the Budget and of the Report of Activities of the previous year, as well as, where applicable, the application of the positive results of the fiscal year, which have to be dedicated, exclusively, to the fulfilment of the association’s purposes, shall be considered Ordinary.

The Ordinary General Assembly can also decide on any other subjects included in its agenda.


Extraordinary General Assembly

16.2 Any meeting of this body other than that referred to in the previous section shall be considered an Extraordinary General Assembly.



The Steering Committee

22.1. The Steering Committee is the management, procedural and representative body of the Association, without prejudice of the competences that may correspond to the other governance bodies, in accordance with the provisions of these Bylaws.

22.2. The Steering Committee will be composed by a minimum of seven and a maximum of nine members.



The Steering Committee will meet, at least, eight times a year and whenever its President deems it advisable and, in any case, when three of its members so request. The announcement will be made in writing, sent to each of its members, at least three working days in advance. The announcement will have to include a tentative agenda of the meeting, although any other matters that, in the opinion of the President or the remaining members, are appropriate, may be dealt with.




Mr. José Ignacio Alemany Bellido


Mr.  Llorenç Maristany i Badell

Secretary General:

Mr. Luis Ferrándiz Atienza

Vice Secretary:

D. Francisco Serantes Peña

Member Resp. for Economic Matters:

Mr.  Francisco José Espinosa Barro

Member Resp. for Study and Research:

Mrs. Beatriz Ladero de las Cuevas

Member Resp. for Territorial Demarcations:

Mrs. Dulce María Villalba Sáinz de Aja  

Member Resp. for Associate Assistance::

Mrs. María Teresa Azcona San Julián



The Board of Delegates

The Board  of  Delegates is comprised by the Territorial Delegates. It is the representation body of the associates in the between-assembly periods and it must safeguard the compliance with the aims of the Association. The monitoring and control of the management of the Association carried out by the Steering Committee corresponds to the Board, without prejudice of the censure of the management which corresponds to the General Assembly. It meets, at least, four times a year.

Madrid - Central Area:

Mr. Ignacio Arráez Bertolín


Mrs. María Pilar Pinilla Navarro


Mr. Jordi Baqués Artó

Basque Country:

Mr. Pablo Martín Ruiz de Gordejuela

Asturias and Leon:

Mr. Rubén Cueto Vallverdú (Ratificación nombramiento AG 01/06/2018)

Valencia (Castellon - Valencia):

Mr. Francisco Javier Ortiz Alonso

Andalusia (Málaga):

Mr. Francisco Urbano Solís

Andalusia (Seville) and Extremadura:

Mr. José Ángel García de la Rosa

Canary Islands:

Mr. Enrique Lang-Lenton Bonny


Mr. Carlos Del Pino Luque

Alicante and Albacete:

Mr. Bernardo Bande García-Romeu


Mrs. Arancha Yuste Jordán


Mrs. Carmen Cano Castañeda

La Rioja:

Mr. Pablo Arrieta Villareal

Balearic Islands:

Mr. Vicente Ribas Fuster


Mr. Manuel Ignacio Fernández González de Torres



The Plenary

The Plenary is composed by the members of the Steering Committee and the members of the Board of Delegates. Among other functions, the Plenary is in charge of approving the lines of actions and general policies of the Association; approve the admission of new Associates and the ordinary and extraordinary fees; approve the Annual Budget; resolve conflicts of competences that might arise among the Governance Bodies of the Association; approve any changes in the territorial organisation; and all the other competences that, in general, are included in the Bylaws and, especially, those provided in Article 30.