Nextel has hired its CEO Ezentis

Nextel has hired its CEO Ezentis

BarcelonaThe spring arrival is quiet in terms of new signings. The Ministry of Economy has already begun studying names to succeed the Governor of the Bank of Spain, Pablo Hernandez de Cos, whose term ends in June of this year, but the process is moving slowly. “We still have three months to go and there is no rush to name the successor to the current governor,” Economy Minister Carlos Cuerpo noted in an interview with the program. Red hot A few days ago, Cuerbo confirmed that he had “several” candidates for the presidency, “including women.” Meanwhile, the ICF will have economist Carme Hortala as its new independent member, the EPFL will have a new Catalan dean and Nextil will appoint Ezentis as its CEO.

Carmi Hurtala, new independent member of the ICF

The government appointed Carme Hortalà i Vallvé as an independent member of the Board of Directors of the Instituto Català de Finances (ICF), the highest collective governing body for public banking, equivalent to a board of directors. In this way, the ICF Board of Directors, chaired by Josep María Aguirre Font, consists of eleven members with a majority of independents, as stipulated in the legislation regulating public credit institutions. The five independent members to which Carme Hurtala and Valve were added are Rafael Abela Martin, Joan P. Casas, José Luis Pedro,

Hortala holds a degree in economics from the University of Barcelona. He is trained in the General Management Program at IESE de Navarra and Executive Education at Wharton at the University of Pennsylvania in the field of Corporate Governance. Since June 2020, he has been Managing Director of Risk and Regulatory Compliance at Financial Group GVC Gaesco, where he has worked for more than 26 years. Hortala is also a member of the Economic Committee of FC Barcelona, ​​an independent director of the Parlem operator and Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of Fogain (Public Investment Guarantee Fund), among other responsibilities.

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Cesar Revenga resigns from Ezentis and signs a contract with Nextil

Ezentis' CEO since last July, César Revenga, resigned from the telecom company less than a year after he was appointed to sign on, as of this week, as CEO of Nextil, according to a filing by the two companies to the National Securities Market Commission (CNMV). ). His duties at Ezentis will be handled by the company's management team, as was the case prior to Revenga's appointment. However, Revenga will remain at Ezentis as an attached advisor in the external category.

Ezentis submitted to the shareholders' meeting on June 29, 2023 the appointment of César Revenga to the position of CEO, Managing Director of the Amper Group until March of last year, as well as the incorporation of three new independent directors.

Meanwhile, in addition to the signing of Revenga as CEO, Nextil also announced the appointment of Ana García Rodríguez as a new independent director, member of the Audit Committee and Chair of the Nominations and Remuneration Committee. After the news broke, Nextil shares rose 12% in the after-hours market, while Ezentis shares rose a modest 0.5%.

Anna Fontcuberta, Senior Advisor of EPFL

Catalan physicist, an authority in the field of sustainable nanotechnologies, Ana Fontcuberta has become the first woman to head the École Fédérale Polytechnique de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland's leading technological university. The Center's Federal Council has chosen the Catalan researcher to be its future dean. Fontcuberta will take over this position from Swiss Martin Vetterli from 2025. Fontcuberta (Barcelona, ​​1975) is Professor of Materials Science and Physics at EPFL, where she is already involved in academic management as associate vice-president. He graduated from the University of Barcelona (UB) and then obtained his doctorate from the École Polytechnique in France. She completed her training in experimental physics at the Technical University of Munich in 2009, after working as a visiting researcher at the California Institute of Technology. In addition to Catalan and Spanish, he speaks three languages ​​fluently: French, German and English.

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