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Board Members

The Company has adopted a governance model commonly known as "reinforced Latin” model, which advocates a separation between the roles of supervision and that of the Management as well as a double supervisory mechanism consisting of a supervisory board and a statutory auditor.

The corporate governance model adopted by the Company is considered adequate and appropriate for the following reasons:

  • it embodies a framework of principles of corporate governance and good practice designed to promote greater transparency and a high level of professionalism and competence;
  • it ensures the alignment of interests across the Organization, specifically among shareholders, members of the governing bodies, officers and other employees of the Company;
  • it encourages shareholder participation in the life of the Company;
  • it fosters the efficiency and competitiveness of CORTICEIRA AMORIM.

Board of Directors

Chairman: António Rios Amorim
Vice-Chairman: Nuno Filipe Vilela Barroca de Oliveira
Member: Fernando José de Araújo dos Santos Almeida
Member: Cristina Rios de Amorim Baptista
Member: Luísa Alexandra Ramos Amorim
Member: Juan Ginesta Viñas

Board of the General Meeting

Chairman: Augusto Fernando Correia de Aguiar-Branco
Secretary: Rita Jorge Rocha e Silva

Supervisory Board

Chairman: Manuel Carvalho Fernandes
Member: Ana Paula Africano de Sousa e Silva
Member: Eugénio Luís Lopes Franco Ferreira
Substitute Member: Durval Ferreira Marques

Statutory Auditor

Auditor: Pricewaterhousecoopers & Associados – Sociedade de Revisores Oficiais de Contas, Lda, represented by  António Joaquim Brochado Correia (ROC) or by José Pereira Alves (ROC)
Substitute: Hermínio António Paulos Afonso (ROC)


Corticeira Amorim 2015 sales surpass EUR 600 million

  • Sales of EUR 604.8 million driven mainly by the Cork Stopper BU and the Cork Composites BU
  • Strong operating performance drives  EBITDA for the first time beyond the EUR 100 million mark
  • Profit grows to EUR 55 M, partly driven by an appreciation of the USD against the Euro

Consolidated Accounts