has wide experience in the financial regulatory framework, especially in matters related to the banking sector, the stock markets and the insurance sector. He is also an expert in the sanctioning regime of administrative law and the regulatory framework applicable to public procurement. Abraham has in-depth experience in the implementation of projects related to the internal governance of credit institutions; the implementation of the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) II; compliance with European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) in different entities; and projects relating to the resolution and restructuring of credit institutions, and to the remuneration of certain groups of employees. Abraham has also led projects concerning banking and insurance contracts, and issues related to capital markets. Abraham is a government lawyer (currently on leave of absence) and took up his position at the Ministry of Development.