University Foundation of Navarra
The "Fundación Universitaria de Navarra" is a private institution of a charitable nature-professor, constituted for the promotion, development and financing of the activities of the University of Navarra and its relations with society.
It is a Foundation of social interest of a permanent nature, set up in accordance with the provisions of Law 44 of the regional law Nuevo de Navarra, constituted on 12 November 1993. Registered in the Register of Foundations of the department of Presidency and Interior of the Government of Navarre under number 36.
The Foundation enjoys the tax exemptions provided for in the Foral Law 10/1996, regulating the tax regime for foundations and the activities of sponsorship.
The purpose of the Foundation is to satisfy, free of charge, the physical and intellectual needs arising in the environment of the University of Navarra, founded in 1952 by Saint Josemaría Escrivá de Balaguer y Albás.
The Foundation will attend to the educational, health or welfare activities that, in its free choice, it deems most appropriate and especially -without limitation- to activities aimed at promoting university education, scientific research, medicine, culture and sport, either through its direct action or by providing the means Materials and economic resources for the University of Navarra itself, its collaborating entities or other entities to carry out such activities.
Joaquín Giráldez Deiró: Doctor of Pharmacy. Former Director of the Pharmacy Service of the Clínica Universidad de Navarra. Professor Emeritus of the University of Navarra. Former President of the National Commission of Hospital Pharmacy. Former President of board of trustees of the Caja Navarra Banking Foundation.
Ms. María Elena Melero Echauri: Lawyer of the M.I. high school de Abogados de Pamplona, with an office open since 1986, with professional activity in Civil Law, Commercial, Administrative, Criminal, Minors and Human Rights (European Court of Human Rights). Lawyer at official document since 1986.
D. Igor Errasti Alcalá: Telecommunications Engineer and MBA from IESE, Administrator from the University of Navarra.
D. Eugenio Simón Acosta: Full Professor of Financial and Tax Law of the University of Santiago de Compostela. Distinguished by H.M. King Juan Carlos I with the Commendation with Plaque of the Civil Order of Alfonso X the Wise.
He is currently a member of committee of Navarra and board member of committee de Defensa del Contribuyente. He also chairs the Arbitration Board for the Resolution of Disputes in subject of State Taxes Assigned to Autonomous Communities.
Mr. Juan José Aroztegi Urteaga: Former Director and Director General Manager of Corporación José María Aristrain, Former Executive Vice President , General Manager Aceralia Long Products, Former Executive Vice President Arcelor Europe (Sections), Former Member of the Board of Directors of ArcelorMittal Spain
Ms. Nerea Arrieta Jauregi: PhD in Philosophy and Education. MBA - General Management - from the University of Deusto. Founder and partner of TASFOR PROYECTA S.L. - activity, Engineering and Internationalisation Projects in industrial companies.
Mr. José Manuel Ayesa Dianda: member by competitive examination of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Spain, Director General and Secretary of committee of Administration of La Roncalesa, S.A., Former Director of Caja Navarra, Former Deputy Chairman of committee of Administration of Azkoyen, S.A., Former Member of committee of Administration of Sociedad de development de Navarra, S.A. (SODENA), Former President of the Confederación Empresarios de Navarra (1989-2010).
FUNA has an Endowment Fund (""Endowment") consisting of a portfolio of assets, the return on which is used to fulfil its statutory purposes (grants for scholarships, research, etc.) and to maintain the purchasing power of the endowment itself.
The Endowment's goal of the Endowment, following a successful model of the most prestigious universities at international level, is to be a perpetual fundingsource of the purposes it serves and that both current and future generations will benefit from it.
The Endowment is composed of a "generic fund" that serves FUNA's general, unspecified purposes and other "modulated funds" that support different specific purposes at the will of the donor or board of trustees. None of the funds have their own assets, but all of them are managed jointly and participate, according to their percentage, in each and every one of the assets that make up the portfolio. This portfolio is managed by professionals with the appropriate financial advice, thus complying with the stipulations of the National Securities Market Commission (CNMV).
FUNA sends an annual report to donors who have set up a "modalised fund" at the Endowment, detailing the return earned, the amount spent and the current value of the fund.
The Foundation has an "guide investment policy" C by the board of trustees, which sets out the general criteria for the investment of its assets, so that prudence rules are followed and a clear risk and expected returns framework are established. The University's Investment Committee, made up of persons of recognised prestige in the financial sector, provides advice and ensures that guide is properly complied with.
This foundation was created with the sole purpose of helping the University of Navarra. It receives and administers donations destined to finance University projects. It channels the contributions of the Founding Members and also contributes some of its ordinary resources to promote and supports the sustainability of the projects.
Currently, the University of Navarra Foundation collaborates with the following educational and research projects:
The Fundación Universitaria de Navarra is subject to the special tax regime provided for in the Foral Law of Navarre10/1996, of 2 July, regulating the tax regime for foundations and the activities of sponsorship, as well as that regulated in the Spanish State Law 49/2002, of 23 December, on the tax regime for non-profit organisations and tax incentives for patronage.
In order to justify its collaboration with the University Foundation of Navarra and to benefit, if applicable, from the tax benefits provided for in the current rules and regulations , the University Foundation of Navarra will issue, for tax purposes, a certificate accrediting its donation.
If you wish to collaborate:
EUR : IBAN ES25 0075 4732 7106 0002 9060
USD: IBAN ES53 0075 4732 7106 2300 1648
Thanks to the generosity and support of many people, the University of Navarra is a reality that works day by day to fulfil its mission: to seek and transmit the truth; to contribute to the academic, cultural and personal training of its students; promote scientific research and healthcare activity; to offer adequate opportunities for development to its professors and employees and to carry out a wide range of cultural and social outreach work, with a clear purpose of service.
That is why the University takes very seriously its commitment to thank all donors for their support and to account to each of these individuals for the use of their contributions.
This commitment is summarised in:
Ensure the proper use of contributions, managing them in a diligent and professional manner.
Acknowledging donations: Appropriate acknowledgement will always be given to each donor. Any acknowledgement of a public nature will be made by the donor first C .
Donations accepted for a limited purpose will be used exclusively for that purpose.
The University undertakes to keep the Endowment's donors informed of the progress of the Fund and the applications of its returns.