Martín and García Sanz will lead the search process for the new independents along with an outside company
MADRID, June 28 (EUROPA PRESS) –
Indra’s independent director, Ignacio Martín, has informed the company’s highest board of directors that he will resign his seat in October once the renewal process of the board members is complete.
Martín is the independent director with the longest track record (four years) who remains on the Indra board and will be one of the figures who will lead the selection of new independent directors along with Francisco Javier García Sanz, the other director of this category who remains at the signature.
Both will be part of the new Nominations Committee, chaired by Martín, which will include Antonio Cuevas as a third member and will be advised by a specialized advisor.
The outgoing Director has assured that he has the will to continue to the conclusion of this process, so that the Commission “can select with absolute freedom and propose the most suitable candidates, completely independent of any criteria”.
The company has expressed its respect for the principles of good corporate governance and has initiated a process to ensure that the Board of Directors will be composed of at least 50% independent members, preferably women, “as soon as possible”.
Last Monday, the listed company announced the resignation of Silvia Iranzo, following the dismissal of four independents at the AGM and the non-appointment of Isabel Torremocha, another independent director.
Likewise, the appointment of the third director to which the State Industrial Participation Society (SEPI) is entitled is on the table, having exceeded 23% of the capital, and that will be Juan Moscoso, although it has not yet been proposed officially.
The board also reshuffled two other company committees, with García Sanz chairing the Audit and Compliance Committee and Martín chairing the Sustainability Committee.
Both are also members of the non-presidential commission to meet the majority of independents. Both jobs are carried out by Miguel Sebastián.