Haas Undergrad Seeks (and Finds) Spanish Perspective

Javier Rapallo, MBA 00

“Berkeley-Haas is everywhere,” wrote Nathan Tudhope, BS 14. Tudhope is in Spain this semester and, while in Madrid, looked up Haas alumni and found a few dozen of them. He connected with Javier Rapallo, MBA 00, managing director at Deutsche Bank. In this Q & A on the Haas Undergaduate Students blog, Rapallo discusses his junior high school experience in small-town Maine, business customs in Spain, and Confidence Without Attitude as the most important of the Berkeley-Haas Defining Principles. Though he adds, “All four are outstanding principles and important in education and business.”

“Javier is a great example of someone who came to Haas bringing with him his international work experience, his culture and his language,” wrote Tudhope. “It is clearly evident that he got a lot out of it, and doing this interview is a great example of what he is putting back into it.”

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