Montag, 13. Oktober 1952
Jose Luis Olivas Martinez (born 13 October 1952 in Motilla del Palancar, Cuenca) is a Spanish politician of the People's Party. He was named the third president of the Valencian Government (the first not to have been chosen in elections) when Eduardo Zaplana moved to Madrid in 2002. A year later he was replaced by Francisco Camps, who took over the leadership of the party in the Valencian Community. Olivas decided then to pursue a business career. In 2003 he was appointed president of Banco de Valencia, in 2004 president of Bancaja and in 2010 vice president of Bankia (a bank created by the merger of Caja Madrid, Bancaja and others).