People: European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company EADS NV (EAD.PA)
Mr. Domingo Urena-Raso is Head of Airbus Military, Chairman of EADS CASA and Member of the Executive Committee of European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company EADS NV as of February 2, 2009. He started as an engineer at CASA in Spain in 1982 (now EADS-CASA) in the Cadiz plant, undertaking various assignments. In 1989, he moved to Toulouse where he took on different positions, mainly in procurement, as responsible for nacelles and propulsion systems. In 1998, he was appointed Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Aircelle’s joint venture between Airbus and SNECMA. In 2002 he was nominated President and CEO of a privatized defense company in Poland, EADS PZL. In this position he reported directly to the CEO of EADS-CASA. From 2003 to 2005, still in detachment from EADS-CASA, he moved to Munich, Germany, in different functions (Head of Procurement and Member of the Board for the Eurofighter program, then in the EADS Defence division). In 2006 he rejoined Airbus in Toulouse as Head of the new Airbus Industrial Strategy team, defining the Airbus’ future Core/non-Core definition at aircraft level, the supply chain consolidation strategy and the Make-or-Buy policy for future programs, such as the A350 XWB, and work-share definitions. Before assuming his present duties, he had been in charge in 2007 of the vital Airbus turn around program (Power 8), reporting to Fabrice Brégier, Chief Operating Officer of Airbus, and the “Future EADS” program, reporting to Louis Gallois, then-President and CEO of the Company. He graduated from the Polytechnic University of Madrid with a degree in Technical Aeronautical Engineering in 1982 before obtaining a Masters of Business Administration in 1989. He obtained a diploma in Business Management by the ESSEC of Paris in 1998.
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