|BoD||Board of Directors||P||President|
|ACC||Audit and Control Committee||S||Secretary|
|ARC||Appointments and Remuneration Committee|
|Board of Directors||Appointment||Reelections||Expiration||Commitee|
|Marcelino Fernández Verdes||10/12/2018||10/12/2021||ACC|
Born in Oviedo, 1955. Graduated as a Civil Engineer from the ICCP Barcelona School of Engineering.
He joined the ACS group in 1987, being appointed general director of OCP Construcciones in 1994. In 1998, he assumed the position of CEO of ACS Proyectos, Obras y Construcciones S.A., and in 2000 he was appointed Chairman. In 2004 he was appointed Chairman and CEO of Dragados, as well as responsible for the Construction area. In 2006, he was appointed Chairman and CEO of ACS Servicios y Concesiones, as well as responsible for the group’s Concessions and Environment areas, a responsibility he held until March 2012. In April 2012, he was appointed to the executive Committee of Hochtief Ag and its Chairman in November of that same year, a position he continues to hold today, and he assumed the responsibility of the HOCHTIEF Asia Pacific Division. From March 2014 to October 2016, he was Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Australian compay CIMIC and has been executive Chairman of CIMIC since June 2014. In May 2017, he was appointed CEO of the ACS group.
|Chief Executive Officer|
|Francisco José Aljaro Navarro||10/12/2018||10/12/2021||Executive|
He was born in Córdoba in 1961. Degree in Business Administration and Management from the Universidad Pontificia Comillas ICAI-ICADE.
He started his professional career at Arthur Andersen as an Audit Manager. In 1991, he joined the Cortefiel group as CFO. Later, as Director of Strategy, Finance and Control, he took part in the international development of the company. In 2003 he get a similar position in the González Byass group. He joined the Abertis Group in 2005 as Chief Financial Officer, a position he held until his appointment as CEO in 2018.
|Carlo Bertazzo||10/12/2018||10/12/2021||ACC / ARC|
Born in Monselice (Padova) on 24 September 1965, Mr. Bertazzo graduated in Business Studies from the Ca’Foscari University of Venice in 1990.
He joined Edizione Srl in 1995, where he is now General Manager.
Carlo Bertazzo has been a Director of Atlantia S.p.A. since May 2013 and he is a member of the Board of Director of Olimpias Group Srl and Aeroporti di Roma SpA.
Carlo Bertazzo has been in Edizione since 1994 and has played a key role in such diversification process over the years, managing the acquisitions of Autogrill and Generali Supermercati (1995), Atlantia (2000), a stake in Telecom Italia (2001), Gemina (2005, now called Aeroporti di Roma, merged into Atlantia in 2013) and Cellnex (2018).
Carlo also contributed in the development of the partnerships that Edizione over time built with Italian and international investors.
Born in Florence in 1944, he has a degree in Economics from the University “La Sapienza” in Rome and holds the “Cavaliere del Lavoro” title.
He started his career in Assicurazioni Generali, where he was appointed Executive Officer in 1997 and Vice-president in 2001, positions that he held until 2002. He has also held numerous positions on the Boards of Directors of the main insurance and financial companies both in Italy and in other countries.
Nowadays, he presides various societies like UnipolSai, Cerved Information Solutions, SIAT and ARCA Insurance Group. Additionally, he is a director in Edizione, the holding company that controls the 30.25% of Atlantia. He also works as assistant professor in the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Milan.
|Pedro José López Jiménez||10/12/2018||10/12/2021||ACC(P) / ARC|
Mr López Jiménez has a degree in civil engineering and an MBA from IESE Business School, Madrid. He has been awarded the Grand Cross of Isabel La Católica.
During his career Mr López Jiménez has held the following positions: General Director of Ports for the Ministry of Public Works (Spain), Secretary of State of Urban Affairs and Public Works (Spain), Board Member of Instituto Nacional de Industria (State owned holding company), Manager of the Thermal Plant Constructions in Hidroelectrica Española, CEO of Empresarios Agrupados (thermal and nuclear plants engineering and construction management), Chairman and CEO of Endesa S.A., Board Member of Unión Eléctrica S.A. and Empresa Nacional Hidroelectrica de la Ribagorçana, Chairman of Unión Fenosa S.A., Vice Chairman of Indra Sistemas S.A., Board Member of Compañía Española de Petróleos S.A.U., Board Member of ENCE S.A, Board Member of Keller Group plc, and Chairman of Gtceisu Construcción S.A. Additionally, he was the founder of CEOE (Confederation of Spanish Industries), Member of its first Executive Committee, founder and first Chairman of FEIE (Federation of Spanish Utility Companies), Board Member of Club Español de Energía (Spanish Energy Association), Board Member of Ghesa Ingeniería y Tecnología S.A. and Board Member of the Alcala University.
Mr López Jiménez currently serves as Board Member (and Vice Chairman of the Executive Committee and Member of the Appointments Committee) of ACS (since 1989), Vice Chairman of ACS Servicios y Concesiones, Vice Chairman of ACS Servicios, Comunicaciones y Energía , and Chairman In Office of Dragados S.A. He is Board Member of Gtceisu Construcción S.A.
He was appointed as Chairman of the Supervisory Board of HOCHTIEF AG and Chairman of its Human Resources Committee and its Nomination Committee in October 2014.
Board Member of CIMIC (formely LEIGHTON) and Remuneration &Nomination Committee.
Mr López Jiménez is currently Board of Trustees and Executive Board Member of the Malaga Picasso Museum, Vice Chairman of the Royal Board of the National Library of Spain, Vice-Chairman of the European Club Association (E.C.A.) and Vice Chairman of the Real Madrid Football Club.
|Miquel Roca Junyent||ACC(S) / ARC(S)|