The board of directors of LLYC has appointed Alejandro Romero as the firm’s new Global CEO . Alejandro, who until now managed the Americas region, is a Partner and the second shareholder of the consulting firm, where he has been working for 26 years. For his part, Juan Carlos Gozzer goes on to direct the organization in Latin America. José Antonio Llorente remains Executive President of the firm. These changes seek to reinforce the management structure of the company , immersed in an ambitious growth plan, as well as to continue promoting the professional careers of some of its most valuable professionals and corporate governance adjusted to the standards of the most modern listed companies.
More about Alejandro Romero the new Global CEO of LLYC
Alejandro Romero has a degree in Information Sciences from the Complutense University. He has a Master’s Degree in Communication of Public industry email list and Political Institutions, also from the Complutense. He began his professional career at LLYC as an intern in the Madrid office in 1996 and has been in Latin America since 1998. Where he has led the international expansion of the firm, developing the start-up of all operations in the region. Alejandro, in 25 years in the Americas , has contributed to developing a business of more than 30 million euros working in the field of reputation, influence management and in the most representative crisis cases in Latin America: M&A operations such as the acquisition of SAB Miller by AB INBEV or that of Grupo Financiero Uno by Citibank.
Juan Carlos Gozzer will be the CEO of LLYC LatAm
The new CEO of LLYC LatAm, Juan Carlos Gozzer , is a Partner of the firm and was until this announcement Chief Operating UAB Directory Officer of LLYC in Latin America. He is a specialist in reputation management and communication strategies. Throughout his 15 years at the company, he has coordinated different strategic positioning projects in Latin America and led the development of LLYC’s operations in Brazil and the Southern Region, which includes Argentina and Chile. With academic training acquired in Latin America and Europe, Juan Carlos has a degree in Political Science. In addition, he has a specialization in International Information at the Complutense University of Madrid and a master’s degree in International Relations at the University of Bologna.