Telefónica has expanded the board of directors of its subsidiary Telefónica Audiovisual Digital (TAD), which groups the production and management businesses of the audiovisual area (Movistar Plus +) and has incorporated Verónica Pascual, Rosauro Varo and Iván Bohórquez into its highest governing body, as reported by the company in a statement.

The firm affirms that with the move "reinforces its leadership with three new professional profiles of proven trajectory and experience" with the idea of "providing the company with the broadest vision and knowledge for the best decision making in the new digital era".

The Board of Movistar Plus + is thus headed by Sergio Oslé Varona, president; Daniel García-Pita Pemán, vice president; Rosauro Varo Rodríguez, vice president; and Cristina Burzako Samper, executive director. In addition, as members, Antonio Alonso Ureba, Yolanda Barcina Angulo, Iván Bohórquez Domecq, Javier de Paz Mancho, José Javier Echenique Landiribar and Verónica Pascual Boé appear. Nicolás Oriol Enciso holds the position of secretary.

Rosauro Varo, president of GAT inversions, began his business career more than 25 years ago, carrying out different entrepreneurship projects. Since 2004 he develops his business initiatives through GAT and was vice president of pepephone. Telefónica recalls that it was responsible for turning this company "into the largest virtual mobile operator in Spain". He is currently also a director and vice president of Grupo Prisa, a position that, according to El Confidencial, he will resign at the meeting on June 26.

Verónica Pascual holds a degree in Aeronautical Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Madrid, a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the College des Ingenieurs de Paris and an Executive Master in Positive Leadership and Strategy (EXMPLS) from IE Business School. He has been a member of the Board of Directors of Telefónica since 2019 and belongs to the Advisory Board of Telefónica Tech. He has led for 18 years a Group of companies linked to digital transformation headed by ASTI Mobile Robotics Group. He currently leads his family office, ALBP Corp, one of whose main objectives is investment in technology-based projects. She also chairs the ASTI Technology and Talent Foundation and is a director of the GAM company, according to the Telefónica statement.

Iván Bohórquez, graduated in Business Administration & Marketing from CIS University, the College for International Studies. In addition, through the holding Cortijo de la Peñuela, which participates in nine companies dedicated to the agricultural and livestock sector, "it is addressing the digital transformation of its processes with an 'agrotech' strategy based on technologies such as Big Data, Artificial Intelligence or Internet of Things (IoT)".

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