Fernando González resigns as CEO of Ezentis

Fernando González Sánchez has submitted his voluntary resignation in the exercise of his functions as CEO of Grupo Ezentis on November 24. This was communicated this Tuesday to the National Securities Market Commission (CNMV), after González had only been in charge of the telecommunications company for 12 days.

The board of directors, at its meeting held on December 3, after a favorable report from the Appointments and Remuneration Committee, has acknowledged his resignation, with an effective date of November 30, and has agreed that said functions shall be assumed on an interim basis by the corporate CEO, Carlos Mariñas Lage.

The old one Avanzit, which deploys, operates and maintains telecommunications and energy network infrastructures, decided last month to reduce the number of directors from ten to seven and eliminate the delegated executive committee after the impact that the coronavirus crisis has had on the company.

A decision that has already been noted on the floor. Ezentis lost 2.14% in the early stages of the session this Tuesday until registering a price per share of 0,18 euros. Some losses that it has managed to reduce at 10:00 am with a fall of 1.18%.

Trajectory

Fernando Gonzalez He has a degree in Business Administration from the University of Granada and a postgraduate degree from IE Business School, ESADE and the Pontifical University of Salamanca. He has more than 24 years of experience in the general management and of important national and multinational business groups linked to the business of infrastructure, transport, tourism, oil and gas services, where he held different functions as financial director and general director. In 2011, he joined Ezentis, where he is currently the CEO.

The now CEO of Ezentis, Carlos Mariñas, has developed a large part of his professional career at Telefónica, where he has held positions of responsibility as executive president of Terra Networks Asociadas (2005-2007), CEO of Telefónica International Wholesale Services and member of the management committee of Telefónica Latam (2004- 2005) and CEO of Telefónica Data España and member of the Management Committee of Telefónica de España (1999-2003).

Mariñas, who studied Computer Science at the Polytechnic University of Madrid and has a diploma in Commercial Management and Marketing from the Instituto de Empresa, was responsible for Siemens Business Services, CEO of Siemens Corporate Networks between 1996 and 1999 and member of the management committee of Siemens Spain. It came to the German company from Entel, where between 1980 and 1986 he was successively responsible for the technical and marketing management of the Telefónica subsidiary.

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