PEOPLE MOVES: Ferroglobe appoints Marco Levi as chief executive

Silicon and bulk alloys producer Ferroglobe has appointed Marco Levi as its chief executive officer, replacing Pedro Larrea, who leaves the company to seek new professional challenges, according to a company statement on Monday January 13.

The new chief executive will be in charge of designing a new strategy that will lead the ferro-alloys maker, which has recently moved its headquarters to Madrid, Spain, from London, United Kingdom, toward growth and stability. Ferroglobe, which trades on the Nasdaq, has lost virtually 95% of its share value in the past couple of years.

Levi has more than thirty years of experience in executive management in the chemical, plastic, rubber and paper industries....


Declan Conway

January 14, 2020

04:23 GMT