MADRID, 3 Jul. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The board of directors of Ezentis has appointed César Revenga, current general director of Amper and executive director of Ezentis, as CEO, as reported by the company on Monday.
Likewise, it has appointed proprietary director Anabel López Porta as president of the board of directors and Naiara Bueno Aybar as non-director secretary, after resigning from her position as non-director deputy secretary.
On June 29, the shareholders of Ezentis ratified the appointment of César Revenga as executive director and now the board of directors has decided that he also hold the position of CEO.
Graduated in Law, with extensive professional experience in the development of commercial and management strategies and in the identification of business opportunities, Revenga will lead the new phase of Ezentis together with Jordi Bellsolell, the group's economic and financial director, who joined Ezentis in March 2022.
For her part, the new non-executive president of the company, Anabel López, has a degree in Law and PDG from IESE. She joined the Ezentis board of directors as a proprietary director representing Eléctrica Nuriel (Excelsior Times) in March 2021 and has more than 20 years of experience managing listed companies.
FEWER BOARD MEMBERS IN A NEW STAGE FOR EZENTIS
The company has also decided to renew the delegated committees of the board of directors with the incorporation of Ana María Sánchez Tejeda, who will chair the Audit and Compliance Committee, and Juan Antonio Alcaraz, who will chair the Appointments and Remuneration Committee, accompanied by Santiago de Torres Sanahuja. The three, from the position of independent directors, will contribute their vision to the management team.
"The renewal of the administrative body with highly qualified profiles, with great background and extensive professional experience, are, without a doubt, an important step towards a new scenario that will allow the consolidation of a more efficient and profitable business model, and ensure full satisfaction and trust of all stakeholders, after the situation that the group has gone through in recent years", Ezentis highlighted in a statement.
The group's new board of directors consists of five members where 40% are female directors and 60% are independent directors, thus complying with all the CNMV recommendations on Corporate Governance.
The shareholders of Ezentis approved last April the restructuring of the company's debt with a removal of 80% of the 143 million euros of debt and a segregation of the company into two, a company with the computer business and another 'newCo' with the telecommunications business.
In this sense, the first section of the Mercantile Instance Court of Seville judicially approved at the end of May the company's debt restructuring plans approved by Ezentis in April.
With this approval, the company's restructuring plans were given full effect and the restructuring measures were made effective, "giving effect to the feasibility plan attached to the restructuring plans."