Mr. Georges de Bourguignon, has served on LATAM Airlines Group’s board of directors since September 2012 and was reelected to the board of directors of LATAM in April 2015. He is co-founder of Asset Chile S.A., a Chilean investment bank, where he works since 1993 as its Executive Director. He is currently also director of K+S Chile S.A. and Salmones Austral Spa. In the past, has participated in various directories of public and private companies, and non-profit organizations. Between 1990 and 1993 he worked as Manager of Citibank N.A. of financial institutions in Chile and was also Professor of Economics at the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile. Mr. de Bourguignon is an economist from this University and has a graduate degree in Business and Administration from the Harvard University Business School.
Mr. Carlos Heller Solar, entrepreneur, joined
the board of LAN in May 2010 and was re-elected
to the Board of Directors of LATAM in
April 2015. Mr Heller has extensive experience
in the sectors of retail, communications,
transport and agriculture. He is President of
Grupo Bethia, who in turn owns Axxion S.A.
and Betlán two S.A., companies with significant a
share in LATAM Airlines. In turn presides
over the directories of network television Megavision
S.A., Club Hipico de Santiago, Falabella
Retail S.A., Sotraser S.A., Viña Indómita
S.A., Viña Santa Alicia S.A., Blue Express S.A.
and Aero Andina S.A. In addition, it is the majority
shareholder and President of Azul Azul
S.A. dealership of the Corporation of professional
football from the University of Chile.
Mr. Agutter is the owner and Chief Executive Officer of Southern Sky Ltd, an airline consultant company specializing in airline strategy, fleet planning, aircraft acquisition and aircraft financing. Mr. Agutter has had vast experience in advising airlines, including Qatar Airways, on significant Merger and Acquisition projects within the airline industry. Mr Agutter has a degree in Aerospace Engineering from Manchester University and he currently resides in England.