We believe that a well governed organization contributes to better development and productivity.
We have the best Corporate Governance of its kind with economic interests aligned with those of our Stakeholders.
Board of Directors
Proprietary Directors
4
counselors
3
Meet quarterly
Executive and Investment Committee
Composed of Administrative Officers and 3 counselors
Meet monthly
Audit and Corporate Practices Committee
Composed of 3 counselors
Meet quarterly
Compensation Committee
Composed of 3 counselors
Meet annually
Benefits of our Corporate Governance Model
Strengthens corporate governance
1
Better interaction between the Board of Directors, the Committees and the Administration.
2
Sophisticated investors have the potential to question the results of external operating models employed by other real estate companies.
Mitigate any potential conflict of interest
1
Internalization reduces the principal-agent problem.
2
Management compensation is best allocated based on long-term performance and metrics.
We are committed to the principles of ESG. With the advice of Miranda Partners, the aim is to strengthen the corporate strategy by incorporating these principles.
Board of Directors
Francisco Xavier García de Quevedo Topete
President
During his more than 42 years of experience as an executive with Grupo Mexico and its subsidiaries, he has been responsible for developing the strategic integration of the company. He was directly responsible for the development of Grupo Mexico's copper smelter, refinery, precious metals and wire rod plants. Mr. Garcia de Quevedo also led the process of acquiring the railroad concessions for Grupo Mexico, the formation of Grupo Ferroviario Mexicano, S.A. de C.V. and its association with Union Pacific. He contributes to the company his diversified business experience gained from serving on the boards of directors of several Mexican and North American companies and as President of the Mining Chamber of Mexico. He is a chemical engineer with a degree from UNAM in Mexico City. He has also participated in an ongoing finance and business administration program at the Monterrey Institute in Monterrey, Mexico.
Francisco Manuel Zinser González
Board Member
Responsible for the Infrastructure Division, including the Oil, Energy, Construction, Engineering, Toll Roads, Fuels and Real Estate business lines. In his 13 years of experience in Grupo Mexico, Francisco contributed significantly in the construction and start of operations of the combined cycle plants 'La Caridad' (600 MW) and was Deputy Director of Industrial Minera Mexico, the subway mines division. In 2019, he was appointed as General Director of the Infrastructure Division of Grupo Mexico. Prior to joining Grupo Mexico he had experience in various projects at The Boston Consulting Group and Accenture. He is an Industrial Engineer graduated with honors from Anahuac University. He holds an MBA from Harvard University, USA, where he also graduated with honors (Summa Cum Laude).
Ricardo Arce Castellanos
Board Member
In addition to his position at Grupo Mexico Infraestructura, Ricardo is a member of the National Foreign Trade Commission; he is also a mentor for Endeavor, a non-profit organization that supports entrepreneurs. Previously, within Grupo Mexico, he was General Director of Compañía Perforadora Mexico and Corporate Director of New Businesses where he led the acquisition and growth of the companies that today form the Infrastructure division of Grupo Mexico. He also served as Co-Chief Executive Officer of Cinemex where he was, among other things, in charge of the company's expansion in the US. Prior to joining Grupo Mexico in 2007, he was a consultant at A.T. Kearney for more than 9 years, where he obtained the level of Director in the Mexico City office, specializing in Strategy.
Mario Fernando Chávez Galas
Board Member
Responsible for the administrative areas of the Infrastructure Division, including: Finance, Human Resources, Procurement, Information Technology, Controllership, Community Development and Internal Control. Prior to joining Grupo Mexico in 2019, he had a 15-year career at General Electric, where he held leadership positions in energy investments, business development and commercial roles in both GE Capital and GE Mexico corporate; including national and international responsibilities. He holds a degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering from ITESM and an MBA in Finance and Management from Tulane University, USA.
Javier Raymundo Gómez Aguilar
Secretary
Responsible for the legal area of the Infrastructure Division, additionally he is Secretary of the Board of Directors and Compliance Officer of the companies of the Infrastructure Division. He is currently a member of the National Association of Corporate Lawyers (ANADE) and of the Editorial Board of the magazine Petróleo y Energía. In his more than 17 years of experience in Grupo Mexico, he has held positions in the Mining Division as General Counsel of Southern Copper Corporation. He was a member of the Board of Directors and Chairman of the Legal Commission of the Mining Chamber of Mexico (CAMIMEX). He holds a law degree from the Universidad Marista in Mexico City, a master's degree in business law from the Universidad Antonio de Nebrija in Madrid, Spain, and attended the Senior Management Program at IPADE, Mexico City, where he was elected president of the graduating class.
Independent directors
Manuel Romano Mijares
Counselor
José Mauricio Castilla Martínez
Counselor
Yair Kershenovich Tavel
Counselor
Contact Investor Relations
Adrián Araujo
Investment Manager
(55) 91.77.08.70
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Risk management
Our conservative business model creates a natural risk mitigator, as our current portfolio of 36 properties showed resilience in terms of income and occupancy during the most acute period of the Pandemic. Our exposure to the exchange rate is not greater than 10% of our income, all our contracts are indexed to inflation, and our variable income does not exceed 3% of our income, so we have excellent flow predictability.
Management of the legal and regulatory environment
Our 47 years and more than 70 projects developed validate our business ethics and responsibility with the authorities to execute all projects in accordance with current regulations, always being managed at the municipal and state level.
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