• GRAÑA Y MONTERO GROUP WAS RANKED 4TH AMONG THE 100TH PERUVIAN COMPANIES WITH BEST CORPORATE REPUTATION READ MORE
  • GRAÑA Y MONTERO GROUP IS ONE OF THE MOST ADMIRED COMPANIES IN PERU READ MORE
  • FIFTH EDITION OF THE GRAÑA Y MONTERO AWARD TO PERUVIAN ENGINNEERING RESEARCH READ MORE
  • GRAÑA Y MONTERO ANNOUNCES NEW INVESTMENT IN CHILE READ MORE
  • GRAÑA Y MONTERO LISTS ON THE NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE READ MORE
  • GRAÑA Y MONTERO GROUP, CELEBRATING 80 YEARS OF HISTORYREAD MORE
  • GYM AND VIVA GYM, COMPANIES OF THE GRAÑA Y MONTERO GROUP, ARE CONSIDERED AMONG THE MOST APPEALING PLACES TO WORK. READ MORE
  

Board of Directors

All directors were elected at our annual shareholders' meeting held on March 28, 2014, and their term expires in March 2017.

  • Carlos Montero
    Carlos Montero
    Chairman of the Board

    Mr. Montero has been a director since August 1996 and is currently the Chairman of our board of directors. He graduated from Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería as a civil engineer. For graduate studies, he attended the Universidad de Piura Senior Management Program. Mr. Montero is also the Chairman of the board of directors of our subsidiary Concar and a director of our subsidiaries Survial and GyM. He has previously served as Vice Executive Chairman of our subsidiary GyM until 2007.

  • Federico Cúneo
    Federico Cúneo
    Director (Independent)

    Mr. Cúneo is Director of Graña y Montero S.A.A. since March 2014. He is a partner and director of AMROP Peru in Peru, Panama, Costa Rica and Ecuador since 2006 and previously served as Business Director of Ernst & Young from 2003 to 2005, and Chief Financial Officer of Bank Boston from 1996 to 2002. Mr. Cúneo holds a degree in accounting from Eastern Michigan University Ypsilanti and a Accounting BBA from the same University. Also, graduate studies at Top Management Program of Universidad ESAN, Universidad de Piura, Harvard Business University and IMD. He is a member of the board of directors, since 2012 of Amrop Global, since 2011 of Grupo Osaka and Vice President of AmCham, since 2010 at Reforestadora Tununga and Club Sporting Cristal, since 2005 at four funds of AC Capitales, and since 2004 at Peru 2021. Mr. Cúneo was a member of the boards of Enersur, IPAE, Ethos Brasil, Forum Empresa, Forum Empresa, Mesa de Concertación de Lucha Contra la Pobreza, Programa Juntos and of La Pampilla Refinery.

  • Pedro Errazuriz
    Pedro Errazuriz
    Director (Independent)

    Mr. Errazuriz holds a civil engineering degree from Universidad Católica de Chile, with a Master’s degree in engineering sciences from the same university and a MSc in Administrative Sciences/Operations Research/Finance from the London School of Economics. Mr. Errazuriz was the Minister of Transportation and Telecommunications for the administration of President Sebastian Piñera in Chile, a position he has held since 2011 and finished on March 11, 2014. Mr. Errazuriz has been a director of various firms on behalf of Holding Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan, a fund of which he was chief executive officer from 2009 to 2011. During such period, he also served as chairman of the board of Biodiversa, of Esval, of Aguas del Valle and of Grupo SAESA. He was also chief executive officer and chairman of the board of the water and sewage company ESSBIO. He was chief executive officer of LanExpress from 2000 to 2006 and vice president of corporate planning of LanChile from 1999 to 2000.

  • Hugo Santa María
    Hugo Santa María
    Director (Independent)

    Mr. Santa María has been a director since March 2011. He is an Economist from Universidad del Pacífico and has a doctorate in Economics from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. He has previously served as Director of Fondo Consolidado de Reserva (FCR) and Compañía Minera Atacocha, and between 2007 and 2012 was an Independent Director of Mibanco and the Chairman of the Board of Directors until 2014. He is also managing partner of Estudios Económicos, Chief Economist at APOYO Consultoría and Director of Banco Santander.

  • Mark Hoffmann
    Mark Hoffmann
    Director (Independent)

    Mr Hoffmann is currently Director of Grana y Montero S.A.A. and President of Amazonas Infraestructura. He was Chief Executive Officer of Duke Energy from 2008 to 2013, chief executive officer of Electroandes from 2003 to 2007, among other positions. He holds a degree in industrial engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology, and an MBA in Finance from Cornell University. He has been a member of the Board of Directors, since 2012 at Financiera Qapaq, since 2014 at IPAE, since 2010 at Radio Filarmonía and since 2007 at Colegio Markham. Mr. Hoffmann was a member of the boards of Luz del Sur, Electroandes and Amcham and vice president of Caminando Juntos, and of Sociedad Nacional de Minería, Petróleo y Energía (the National Society of Mining, Petroleum and Energy).

Business Wire InvestorHQ SM