Xavier Serbiá

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Xavier Serbiá
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Xavier Serbiá
Born July 24, 1968 (1968-07-24) (age 48)
San Juan, Puerto Rico[1]
Occupation Financial commentator and syndicated columnist

Francisco Xavier Serbiá Queipo (born July 24, 1968 in San Juan, Puerto Rico[1]) is a financial commentator, syndicated columnist, and news anchor of CNN Dinero at CNN en Español.[1][2][3] Serbiá is also a former member of the boy band Menudo.[4]

Serbiá also hosted a Spanish version of Remote Control, named Control Remoto, for three months on Puerto Rican television's WAPA-TV during 1989. Mr. Serbiá has a master's degree in Economics from Trinity College and an MBA in Finance from Keller Graduate School of Management.[5]

As an actor, Serbia acted in a sitcom named La Pension de Dona Tere as well as on the teen musical comedy films Menudo: La Pelicula and Una aventura llamada Menudo, the two latter in which he shared credits with his fellow Menudo band members.

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  • Serbiá, Xavier (November 1, 2008). La riqueza en cuatro pisos (in Spanish). Aguilar. ISBN 978-1603962179. 
  • Serbiá, Xavier (April 29, 2011). Pregúntale a Xavier (in Spanish). Aguilar. ISBN 978-1616051945. 

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