The NH board of directors will appoint three new independent directors this afternoon


The Board of Directors of NH Hotel Group will formalize at its meeting this afternoon the appointment of Míriam González-Amezqueta, Tomás López Fernebrand and María Segimón as new independent directors of the company.

The board has received the mandatory positive report on all three from the company’s Appointments, Remuneration and Corporate Governance Committee.

Míriam González-Amezqueta is also an independent director of Inmobiliaria Colonial, Deutsche Bank and MIO Group. Tomás López Fernebrand is a member of the tourism advisory board of KPMG Spain and senior director of T2RL and María Segimón is a lawyer and legal adviser at the Escalona & De Fuentes law firm and general secretary and secretary of the board of Sushita.

González-Amezqueta brings in-depth knowledge of the capital markets. He has worked at Banco Santander as head of capital sales; at Lehman Brother International Europe, where he served for six years on the Global Diversity and Inclusion Committee, and at Nomura International Europe, where he was also a member of the Diversity and Inclusion team for Europe.

For his part, Tomás López Fernebrand was senior vice president at Amadeus IT until 2021, where he also directed, supervised, and coordinated the group’s global sustainability and CSR programs. He was the first president of the European Travel Technology and Services Association (ETTSA).

María Segimón has more than 25 years of experience advising on legal, business and compliance strategy. She has been a member of the board of directors, the audit and control committee and the executive committee of Hispania Activos Inmobiliarios. She has also been a member of the Moove Cars Board of Directors.

Previously, he was a member of the board of directors of Axiare, CBRE Global Investors, Habitat Inmobiliaria and Budimex. She is an expert in professional women’s empowerment and leadership actions, she is a member of the Women in Real Estate (WIRES) association, the Women in the Legal World (WLW) association and the PWC Counselors Club.