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www.cementamericas.com • Winter 2019 • CEMENT AMERICAS 11 CEMENTSCOPE In the course of strengthening its market focused and agile management organization, LafargeHolcim announced the promotion of its legal and HR functions to the executive committee. In addition, the corporate business function Growth & Performance will be organized into three Centers of Excellence. Changes are effective Jan. 1, 2019. Head HR Feliciano González Muñoz and Head Legal and Compliance Keith Carr are both appointed members of the executive committee. González Muñoz is a Spanish nation- al, who has worked for more than 11 years in senior HR roles with the company. He will focus on building a high-perfor- mance culture and developing talents globally. Carr is a British national, who joined LafargeHolcim in 2017 as general counsel. Prior to that role, Carr was general counsel for GE Power. His nomination reflects the com- pany's focus on further building a culture of integrity and compliance. "I very much welcome Keith and Feliciano to the executive committee. These appointments highlight our increased focus on people and integrity and will allow for a good bal- ance between support functions and business operations in the group management. The change in the corporate functions brings them closer to the markets and pushes for a stronger culture of performance and innovation," said Jan Jenisch, CEO of LafargeHolcim. The Corporate Growth & Performance function currently led by Urs Bleisch will be organized into three Centers of Excellence, which will directly report to the Region Heads. This will lead to a more agile organization, closer to the markets and providing strong global platforms for sharing best demonstrated practice. tions. Each metric ton of recycled fly ash prevents roughly one metric ton of carbon dioxide from entering the atmo- sphere. "Lehigh Cement is excited to expand on our already strong relationship with SaskPower," said Chris Ward, president and CEO of Lehigh Hanson Materials Ltd. "This agreement is a step forward as we work to foster economic growth in Saskatchewan by selling fly ash from Boundary Dam and Shand power stations to markets across North America." MINING MARKETPLACE Resource Center RESOURCES.MININGMARKETPLACE.COM Download free case studies, white papers, presentations, business forecasts, and much more. All content designed to help mining, aggregates, concrete, and cement industry professionals do business better. Helping You Build Career Success LafargeHolcim Makes Changes to Group Management Structure Feliciano González Muñoz Keith Carr

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