Mexico: Further management changes have been implemented at Cemex, including the inclusion of six executive vice presidents, instead of five. The six vice presidents will report directly to the director general, Fernando Gonzalez, with the position of executive vice president of finance to be filled by Jose Antonio Gonzalez.
Juan Pablo San Agustín will continue as executive vice president of strategic planning and business development, while Maher Al-Haffar has been appointed as executive vice president of investor relations, corporate communications and public affairs. Luis Hernandez will continue as executive vice president of organisation and human resources, as well as security and administrative services, while he will also be responsible for processes, IT, innovation, global service organisation (GSO), the securities funding corporation (VMO) and the Neoris project. Ramiro Villarreal will remain head of legal affairs, taking up the position of executive vice president of legal, while he will continue as secretary of the board of directors. Mauricio Doehner has been appointed as executive vice president of corporate affairs and business risk management.
No changes have been made at the regional director level. Cemex executives have also expressed a desire to recover investment grade at the firm, lost during the crisis in 2009.