Spain’s DIA Group has announced an internal management restructuring, as the group seeks to ‘adapt more efficiently to the company’s reality’ across its various channels.
The group has said that under Ricardo Currás, its chief executive, there will be a ‘first line of management’, incorporating Diego Cavestany, Antonio Coto, Juan Cubillo, Faustino Domínguez, Javier La Calle, Amando Sánchez, Fernando González, Ignacio Gosálbez, Alejandro Grande, Miguel Guinea, José Antonio Lombardía, Luís Martínez and Freddy Wu.
In addition, the retailer’s board of directors has agreed to create a new, non-executive vice-presidency role, which will strengthen it in the areas of institutional representation and relationships with stakeholders.
The group has named Richard Golding as its first non-executive vice-president, with Mariano Martín Mampaso its second vice-president.
"DIA has become, in recent years, a multi-ensign and multi-brand company, with an important ongoing digitisation process," the company said. "The new organisation responds to this reality, and is closer to the needs of clients and its new lines of business."
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