Masis continues to generate news. The sale of his operations in Mexico, Arauco last week, now adds the announcement of the resignation of its iconic CEO, Roberto Salas.
The company, in a material fact sent to the Financial Market Commission (CMF), reported that the executive director resigned for personal reasons, and then in a press release stated that the executive body wants to implement new projects.
Roberto Salasu, who will leave Masis on March 31, will be replaced by Mexican Alejandro Carrillo, the current director of the company, on April 1.
Salas remained in the company for more than 10 years after working as a corporate CEO and also as chairman of the company’s board of directors.
Masis said that Salas was “a very important milestone in the process of transforming the company, in particular, the investment withdrawal cycle, which strengthens the company's financial position and facilitates new business strategies to go in new directions, with confidence to leave Masis in very good continue your journey of growth. "
For his part, the chairman of the company thanked Salas for his work during these years and assured that Carrillo has the perfect profile for this position. From this new position, we will continue to work with the strategic plan outlined by the board of directors in order to consolidate the new Masis model in the coming years. ”
Masisa also said that in view of the resignation of Salas, the entire board of the company should be updated at the next regular meeting of shareholders, which will be held in April. This is due to the legal mandate of the company.