Rodrigo Buenaventura Canino (Madrid, 1968) is a man without corners. He can be asked to a dozen people who know him and there is no bad appreciation. Rigorous, well prepared for his professional task, a good colleague, fond of his family, reading and hiking, the current president of the National Securities Market Commission (CNMV) has a very complex matter on the table: deciding whether to It has produced an agreement between the State and two private investors to force the departure of the independent directors of the technology company Indra.
The conflict affects the good
Indra , but it can also have consequences on the property. The regulations require launching a takeover bid for 100% of the capital if a shareholder, individually or jointly, controls more than 30% of a company or appoints more than half of the directors.
Enjoy unlimited access to the best journalismSubscribe now for only €1/month for 3 months subscribe
If you are already subscribed, log in