"Additionally, we are pleased to have appointed Mr. Reyser and Mr. Alende to our board as we continue to capitalize on attractive opportunities in our River and Offshore Businesses. I would like to thank Mr. Hoskinson and Mr. Hagan for their service as board members and their dedication over many years to the Company´s interests."

Horacio Reyser is a partner with Southern Cross and has been with the firm since 1998. Prior to joining Southern Cross, Mr. Reyser worked for INFUPA, a regional M&A advisory firm. Mr. Reyser also worked for the Techint Group, initially in strategic planning at Tenaris-Siderca and later at Siderar-Ternium, where he focused on a wide variety of operational projects and strategic acquisitions. Mr. Reyser holds a degree in Industrial Engineering from Instituto Tecnologico de Buenos Aires (ITBA) and completed an Advanced Management Program at Harvard Business School.

Gonzalo Alende Serra joined Southern Cross in 2007 after a 16-year career working in finance at several world-class companies with a regional focus. Prior to joining Southern Cross, Mr. Alende served as Compliance Manager and Global Risk Manager for Tenaris from 2003 to 2006 and Vice President, Investor Relations for Impsat in 2002. Prior to that, he worked as a management consultant with Arthur D. Little and McKinsey and as an auditor with PricewaterhouseCoopers, then Price Waterhouse. Mr. Alende received his Accounting degree from the Universidad de Belgrano in Buenos Aires, and his MBA from the University of London (Imperial College). He is a CFA Charterholder.

Following the new appointments, the board of directors comprises seven members. In addition to the two new appointments, being the Southern Cross Group nominees, the following existing directors remain on the board: Felipe Menendez Ross, Ricardo Menendez Ross, Fernando Barros Tocornal, Eduardo Ojea Quintana and George Wood. Mr. Wood will continue to serve as an independent director and sole member of the audit committee.  

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