Today, HISPASAT, the Spanish communications satellite operator, has celebrated an extraordinary general shareholder's meeting in which the purchase and sale of company shares has been agreed upon corresponding to the acquisition by Abertis and the CDTI, proportionally to their share of the company, of 33.69% of the capital, which was owned by Eutelsat. As a result, Eutelsat’s representatives -Rodolphe Belmer, Michel Azibert, Ariane Rossi, Almudena Arpón de Mendívil and Edouard Silverio- have left the Spanish operator's Board of Directors.
The new board members nominated to represent Abertis are: Aristóteles Auñón, Martí Carbonell, José Luis Viejo, Laura Grau and Sebastián Morales.
A new board member, Marta Casas, has also been added to represent Abertis and to replace Francisco Reynés, who presented his resignation on 6 February after leaving his position as the head of Abertis.
HISPASAT's Board of Directors, as of today, 19 April, is made up of the following members:
President of the Board: Mrs. Elena Pisonero
CEO: Mr Carlos Espinós
Mr Francisco José Aljaro
Mr Aristóteles Auñón
Mr Lorenzo Avello López
Mr Martí Carbonell Mrs.
Mr Josep Maria Coronas
Mr Juan Carlos Cortés Pulido
Mr Jordi Fernández Montoli
Mrs. Laura Grau
Mr Jordi Lagares Puig
Mr Sebastián Morales
Mrs. Virginia Navarro Virgós
Mr Miguel Ángel Panduro Panadero
Mr Alberto Puentes del Barrio
Mr Joan Rafel Herrero
Mrs. Montserrat Tomás Gil
Mr José Luis Viejo
Non-executive Secretary and Legal Adviser: Mr Pedro Ramón y Cajal Agüeras
Non-executive Vice Secretary: Mr Javier Folguera Fernández