The main corporate government body in Cementos Molins Group is the Board of Directors, whose fundamental responsibilities include monitoring the strategy of Cementos Molins Group, developing the Corporate government policies, controlling the management instances and acting as an intermediary for shareholders.
The Group’s Board of Directors must be guided at all times by the search for social interest, understood to be the consequence of a long-term profitable and sustainable business, while also showing respect for legislation and regulations and with behaviour based on good faith, ethics and respect for commonly accepted uses and good practices.
In addition, the Board of Directors has two commissions focusing on supervising, informing, advising and making proposals. These are the Auditing and Compliance Commission and the Remuneration and Appointments Commission.
Mr. Juan Molins Amat
Cartera de Inversiones C.M.S.A., represented by Mr. Joaquín Mª Molins Gil
Otinix, S.L. represented by Mrs. Ana Mª Molins López-Rodó (CA)
Mr. Julio Rodríguez Izquierdo
Mr. Miguel del Campo Rodríguez (CR)
Mr. Eusebio Díaz-Morera Puig-Sureda (CA)
Mr. Juan Molins Monteys
Mr. Joaquín Mª Molins López-Rodó
Noumea S.A. represented by Mr. Pablo Molins Amat (CA)
Foro Familiar Molins S.L. represented by Mrs. Roser Ràfols Vives
Mr. Francisco Javier Fernández Bescós
Mrs. Andrea Kathrin Christenson (CA, CR)
Ms. Socorro Fernández Larrea (CA, CR)
Mr. Rafael Villaseca Marco (CR)
Mr. Jordi Molins Amat (CA, CR)
Mrs. Ana Mª Molins Lopez-Rodó
CA: Auditing and Compliance Commission
CR: Remuneration and Appointments Commission