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Committees

Technical Committee

In a Publicly Traded Stock Corporation, the Technical Committee fulfills the role of the Board of Directors. The Committee must be composed of at least 35% independent members, and we are also committed to having 35% female representation. Any holder with 10% or more of CBFI ownership has the right to designate a proprietary member and their respective alternate at the General Assembly of Holders. The controlling group through the control trust has the right to designate the remaining proprietary members of the Technical Committee and their respective alternates, meaning at least half +1 of the total members of the Technical Committee.

Within the Trust’s constitution, it is established that independent members, due to their experience, ability, and professional prestige, carry out their functions free from conflicts of interest and without being subject to personal, economic, and financial interests. Their independence is qualified by a majority of votes present at the assembly of holders. Their main functions include:

  • Approve, with the prior opinion of the Audit Committee, the guidelines for internal control and audit matters of the Trust, the Administrator, and other persons contracted by the Fiduciary.

  • Instruct the Fiduciary on the direction in which it should exercise any corporate and/or economic rights of which it is the holder or owner, directly or indirectly, regarding the shares of the Administration.

Members

NAMEAGETITLESENIORITYESG EXPERIENCE
Salvador Cayón Ceballos53 yearsPresidente (CEO)9 años
Rafael Marcos Dayan55 yearsPropietario9 años
Cristina Rocha Cito52 yearsPropietario5 años
Mauricio Martín del Campo55 yearsPropietario4 años
Linda Marcos Dayan62 yearsPropietario4 años
Ramón Shabot Marcos40 yearsPropietario3 años
Francisco Javier Soni Ocampo71 yearsIndependiente9 años
Enrique Ramírez Magaña54 yearsIndependiente5 años
María Teresa Fernández Lambardini56 yearsIndependiente4 años
Jorge Quinzaños Suárez72 yearsIndependiente4 años
Mirshna Yoshabel Páez Villarreal37 yearsSecretaría del Comité3 años

Suplentes

NAME
Carlos Alberto Casas Razo
Salvador Rocha Cito
Luis Fernando Briones Guzmán
Eduardo Alejandro Martínez Escoto
Francisco Humberto Peralta Bengoechea
Rodrigo Granados Ortigoza
Romeo Vizanni Fuentes
Alberto Herrejón Abud
Carlos Enrique Mainero Ruiz
Bosco Quinzaños Oria
Mirshna Yoshable Páez Villarreal
* 40% of the members are independent; 30% are women, and they have an average tenure of 5.36 years.

Corporate Practices Committee

The Corporate Practices Committee is composed of three independent members, and the Technical Committee appoints the Chairman of the Corporate Practices Committee.

The main functions of the Committee, which makes its decisions by simple majority of its members, include:

  • Providing their opinion to the Technical Committee regarding transactions with related parties and members of the control group.

  • Presenting their opinion to the Technical Committee regarding market studies related to the sector to which the real estate assets of the trust belong.

Corporate Practices Committee

RELATED MEMBERSALTERNATES
Maria Teresa Fernández LabardiniCarlos Enrique Mainero Ruiz
Enrique Ramírez MagañaAlberto Herrejón Abud
Jorge Quinzaños SuárezBosco Quinzaños Oria
* 100% of members are independent, and 33% are women.

Audit Committee

The Committee is composed of three independent members, and the Technical Committee determines its members.

 The main functions of the Committee, which adopts its resolutions by a simple majority of its members, include:

  • Evaluate the performance of the External Auditor and analyze the opinions, reports, or documents prepared and signed by the External Auditor.

  • Discuss the financial statements.

  • Inform the Technical Committee about the status of the internal control system.

  • Request the opinion of advisors and/or experts in cases it deems necessary.

  • Require reports from the administrator, trustee, and other individuals under its responsibility, operation, and control, as well as reports related to the preparation of financial information and any other type of information it deems necessary.

  • Investigate possible breaches of which it becomes aware.

  • Receive comments submitted by Holders, Creditors, and members of the Technical Committee, as well as from any third party in general.

Audit Committee

RELATED MEMBERSALTERNATES
Francisco Javier Soní OcampoRomeo Vizzani Fuentes
Enrique Ramírez MagañaAlberto Herrejón Abud
Jorge Quinzaños SuarezBosco Quinzaños Oria
* 40% of members are independent.

Compensation Committee

It consists of four members and its objective is to analyze and assess the goals, targets, and performance of the executives responsible for the administration of FibraShop to determine the payment of their respective bonuses and remuneration.

30% OF OUR MEMBERS ARE INDEPENDENT.

Compensation Committee

Related MembersAlternates
Salvador Cayón CeballosLuis Fernando Briones Guzmán
Francisco Javier Son OcampoRomeo Vizzani Fuentes
Enrique Ramírez MagañaAlberto Herrejón Abud
Cristina Rocha CitoMauricio Martin del Campo
Linda Marcos DayanFrancisco Humberto Peralta Bengochea

Nomination Committee

The Nomination Committee is initially composed of three independent members from the Technical Committee, and the Assembly of Holders can appoint two additional members from the Technical Committee. The Technical Committee is responsible for appointing the chairman and secretary of the Nomination Committee.

The main functions of the Committee, whose resolutions are adopted by a simple majority of its members, include:

  • Conducting the search, analysis, and evaluation of candidates for their election or appointment as independent members of the Technical Committee.

  • Proposing independent members of the Technical Committee to the Assembly of Holders.

  • Reviewing matters involving potential conflicts of interest.

  • Presenting the removal of members of the Technical Committee, as well as resolving the appointment and removal of first and second-level management officials, with the prior opinion of the Audit Committee.

Comité de Nominaciones

RELATED MEMBERSALTERNATES
Maria Teresa Fernández LabardiniCarlos Enrique Mainero Ruiz
Francisco Javier Soní OcampoRomeo Vizzani Fuentes
Enrique Ramírez MagañaAlberto Herrejón Abud
* 100% of the members are independent y 33% are women.

Investment Committee

The Committee is composed of five members, and its main functions include evaluating acquisition and development options for a shopping center, aiming to avoid conflicts of interest in decision-making. The Committee assesses new proposals before they are presented and voted on in the Technical Committee.

Investment Committee

RELATED MEMBERSALTERNATES
Salvador Cayón CeballosCristina Rocha Cito
Enrique Ramírez MagañaAlberto Herrejón Abud
Rafael Marcos DayanLinda Marcos Dayan
Juan José Del Río RodarteGabriel Ramírez Fernández
Jorge Quinzaños SuárezBosco Quinzaños Oria
* 40% of members are independent.

ESG Comittee

The ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) Committee was established to implement and manage the progress in the sustainability strategy, to approve and communicate FibraShop’s ASG information to stakeholders, and to advise and collaborate with various committees on ASG-related topics. With the goals set in the previous year through the report, a year-end review is conducted to assess the achievement of these goals in order to manage the impacts made.

MEMBERS
Francisco Javier Soni Ocampo
Gabriel Ramírez
Irvin García
Edgar Ramírez
Carlos Martínez
Leticia Álvarez
Mary Carmen Hernández
* 17% of members are independent and 17% are women.