An international businessman, he was formerly a Vice President for Newcastle United F.C. He has been involved in a series of business ventures including property, hotel and golf course developments in Spain, France, Cyprus, and Dubai, including Les Bordes.
Jimenez known for hosting and supporting events around the world such as the annual Limassol Golf charity tournament and the Les Bordes memorial event, as well as attending others such as the Al Naboodah Golf charity event held on Al Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, in which Jimenez finished 8th in 2011.
A close friend of former Seville boss Juande Ramos, Jimenez hosted a meeting at his home in Seville where Daniel Levy, Paul Kemsley and other Spurs directors and Ramos met to discuss a possible move to Tottenham. Jimenez was instrumental in convincing his friend to accept the deal and brought Ramos over from Spain to become the new boss at Tottenham. The Spanish press at the time also reported how Jimenez had been a close associate of Gino Pozzo, the owner of Udinese Football Club.
Jimenez is not an agent but has football knowledge and extensive international contacts in the game including owners, managers and players.
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Jimenez was appointed Vice President on 29 January 2008 and allegedly given the main responsibility by Mike Ashley to try and sell the club from his base in Dubai and Abu Dhabi. It was widely reported in the Middle East press such as The Arabic News that Ashley and other directors of the club visited Jimenez at his home in Dubai for meetings with Zabeel Investments, the main trading company of the Crown Prince of Dubai, to negotiate the sale of the club.
After several months, on 9 October 2008, it was announced on the official club website that Jimenez had terminated his association with NUFC. It is widely rumoured this was because the sale of the club negotiated by Jimenez had not been pursued by Ashley. 
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On 13 October 2008 it was reported that Jimenez had brokered the £50m takeover of Charlton Athletic allegedly through his Dubai contacts at Zabeel Investments, flying over with them for a three-day visit to Charlton. On 31 December 2010 the takeover of Charlton Athletic was completed under the ownership of 'CAFC Holdings Limited'. Operation of the club is conducted by Michael Slater (Chairman and a major shareholder), Peter Varney (Vice-Chair) and Steve Kavanagh (CEO). Jimenez maintains an arms-length presence from his homes in Dubai, Cyprus and Spain. 
In 2004/5 Jimenez was reported as being a Director of Dubai-based Hexagon Holdings. It was widely reported in the Arabic press that the company led a DIFC land acquisition deal.
Since 2004 Jimenez has been involved in numerous land transaction deals in Cyprus with several notable developments in the Alethriko and Tersefanou areas adjoining the new Larnaca golf course near where Jimenez lives. He is reported to have entered into several joint venture projects with Hassapis Holdings one of the largest and longest established developers in Cyprus.
Between 2004 and 2006 Jimenez brought his Dubai contacts Empire Holdings to Cyprus for business discussions with the Cypriot Lefkaritis family, owners of the public-listed company Petrolina. A joint venture agreement was negotiated providing exploitation rights of the many prime land parcels owned in and around Larnaca by Petrolina. These included several kilometers of prime beachfront and several town centre locations, one of which was to house a new five-star hotel. Other deals included the regeneration of the Larnaca town centre and creation of a new luxury marina in Larnaca.
Jimenez is also rumoured to be close to the Spanish consortium responsible for the San Roque de Lepe golf and residential development in Spain who through Jimenez have links to Charlton Athletic Football club.
In 2006/07 Jimenez led the international consortium that acquired the Les Bordes golf complex in France. Jimenez is President of the operating company for Les Bordes, maintaining overall control from Cyprus. Les Bordes was previously owned by Baron Marcel Bich who built Les Bordes with the objective of it becoming the Augusta of Europe.
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