Laura Homobono Rubio

Finance Manager, Spain

Prior to joining Renewable Power Capital Laura has spent 2 years working in Solaria Group’s Finance Department, leading accounting and financial reports’ preparation and review.

Laura started her career working for 5 years as an auditor in Ernst & Young, mainly focused on energy industry, involved in Financial Statements’ review, under both local and international accounting principles, and working also on internal control review projects.

She holds a Business Administration Degree from Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and a Master’s Degree in Financial Statements Audit and Accounting from ICADE Business School.

What’s your role at RPC?

I’m a Finance Manager in RPC Spain, which means that I’m responsible for financial processes and key person to questions related to them.

What’s a typical working day for you?

I start everyday checking emails as well as meetings scheduled for the day so I can organize and prioritize tasks to do. I then spend my day working on financial planning, managing work to be done with our accounting and tax service providers and checking financial status of the projects. I’m fortunate to work in a role that lets me be involved in whole projects’ life so I can have a full vision of them.

What have you found during your time at RPC?

Since I joined RPC I’ve found the great team in it, composed of good professionals committed with the project, who are always willing to help and improve. I would say that I’m proud of being part of such a great team!

What’s your proudest career moment?

Conclude some specific projects with tight deadlines and several complications by working and coordinating with the rest of the team.

What do you do in your spare time?

I like spending quality time with my family and friends.

Where’s your favourite place in Europe?

A bit hard to choose just one but I would say the South of Spain or Italy.

What’s your favourite clean technology and why?

I would say photovoltaic, probably because it was the one that I started to work with when it became more popular in Spain.