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FCC Group announces changes to the Board

World Cement,

FCC Group’s Board of Directors has jointly agreed the appointment of Proprietary Director’s from Inmobiliaria AEG SA de CV represented by Carlos Slim Helú and Inmuebles Inseo SA de CV, represented by Juan Rodríguez Torres, Alejandro Aboumrad González y Gerardo Kuri Kaufmann.

These Directors occupy the vacancies on the Board, following the resignation of Fernando Falcó y Fernández de Córdova, Marcelino Oreja Aguirre, Rafael Montes Sánchez, César Gómez Ortega, E.A.C Medio Ambiente S.L. and Felipe Bernabé García Pérez.

Changes in the composition of the highest governance body of the Citizen Services Group occurred after the capital increase last December, where Control Empresarial de Capitales S.A. de CV took a 25.635% stake in FCC.

Esther Alcocer Koplowitz remains as Chairman of the Board, in which Esther Koplowitz will remain as a Vice Chairman. Alicia and Carmen Alcocer Koplowitz will also continue as members of FCC’s Board of Directors. Juan Béjar remains as a Second Vice Chairman and CEO.

Following these changes, a new structure has also been agreed, which can be viewed here.

FCC is the parent company of Spanish construction materials producer Cementos Portland Valderrivas Group, which operates cement facilities in Spain, the UK, Tunisia and the US.

Adapted from FCC group press release. Posted by

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