The Board of Directors is integrated by nine members.
The purpose of the Auditing and Risk Assessment Committee is to assist the Board of Directors in the performance of its supervision responsibilities with respect to the following:
A. Meet requirements for the submission and dissemination of financial information.
B. Assess accounting procedures, as well as engage with the auditor in the preparation of financial statements and other related matters, and;
C. In general terms, to guarantee that the Company’s Management has implemented and evaluated an effective financial control and risk management framework.
The purpose of the Governance and Sustainability Committee is to (I) assist the Board of Directors in the performance of its duties regarding the analysis, assessment, supervision, and enforcement of Corporate governance matters of the Company, its affiliates, and Board Committees, and (II) define and supervise the implementation of the sustainability strategy of the Company and its subsidiaries.
The purpose of the Executive Compensation Committee is to assist the Board of Directors in the appointment, contracting, compensation, succession plans, and other human resources matters of the Company’s top management.
The purpose of the Business Opportunities and Optimization Committee is to support the Board of Directors in building and implementing the Company’s development and technology optimization strategy.