Bertrand Kahn chairs Cellnex
Bertrand Kahn He will be the new non-CEO of Celenex, As reported on Friday by a telecom operator to CNMV. Camp replaces Franco Burnaby Who submitted his resignation on January 4.
He has been an independent director of Cellnex since 2015 when the company went public in May of that year. Since then, he has also been the company’s vice president and president of a corporation Audit and Control Committee.
He has extensive professional experience in investment banking, with a particular focus on the telecommunications, media and technology sectors. He spent most of his career at Morgan Stanley where he worked as an administrator Director General and President of the European Communications Group.
He then continued his career at Lehman Brothers, where he was the Co-Director of the Global Communications Team and a member of the European Operating Committee. In 2008 he became a Director of Nomura’s Global Communications, Media and Technology Group and was a member of The Global Executive Committee for Investment Banking.
Among other responsibilities, he is currently a member of the advisory board of the Wadhwani Asset Management, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of UWC Netherlands in the Netherlands, and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Sentient Blue in North America. Bertrand Kahn graduated in Economics (BA and MA) from the London School of Economics.
Demet Franco Burnaby
January 4 Franco Burnaby Property manager f Chief Administrative Consultant, Citing “personal reasons”.
Within his mandate – since July 2019 – the company has experienced a period of strong growth with strategic decisions that have led to the consolidation of the group’s position between European telecom tower and infrastructure operators, the company said in a call sent to CNMV on Monday.
During his tenure as director and president, C.Ellnex implemented two capital increases of 6,500 million euros (In October 2019 and August 2020) and announced new operations that practically represent 14,000 million euros in investments, among which, due to its strategic scope, is the acquisition of the communications division Arqiva in the UK Or the agreement signed with Hutchison last October, which covers 6 European countries.
At the start of its phase, Cellnex operated 55,000 locations in 7 countries and ended its tenure in Board and Presidency, leaving a group with a presence in 12 countries with over 100,000 locations in the portfolio.
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