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Francisco Pérez Mackenna

Chief Executive Officer

Francisco Pérez has served as Chief Executive Officer of Quiñenco since 1998. He is currently Chairman of the Boards of Compañía Sud Americana de Vapores and of Enex, and Director of many Quiñenco Group companies, including Banco de Chile, CCU, Inversiones y Rentas, LQ Inversiones Financieras, ECUSA, CCU Argentina, Viña San Pedro Tarapacá, Foods, Cía. Pisquera de Chile, Banchile Corredores de Seguros, Madeco, Madeco Mills, Indalum, Nexans, and SM SAAM. Prior to joining Quiñenco, between 1991 and 1998, Mr. Pérez was CEO of CCU. Mr. Pérez has a degree in Business Administration from Universidad Católica de Chile, and an MBA from the University of Chicago.

15 years at Quiñenco and 22 years with the Luksic Group

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Luis Fernando Antúnez Bories

Administration, Finance and Human Resources Manager

Luis Fernando Antúnez has served as Chief Financial Officer of Quiñenco since 1996. Between 1985 and 1996, Mr. Antúnez was Chief Financial Officer at CCU. Prior to his experience with the Luksic Group, he worked in COPEC as a Financial Analyst. Mr. Antúnez has a degree in Civil Engineering from Universidad Católica de Chile, and an MBA from Georgia State University.

17 years at Quiñenco and 28 years with the Luksic Group

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Rodrigo Hinzpeter Kirberg

Chief Counsel

Rodrigo Hinzpeter joined Quiñenco on April 3, 2014, as General Counsel. Between 1997 and 1998 he was associate professor of Civil Law at Universidad Católica de Chile, together with the professors Alberto Lyon Puelma and Felipe Bulnes Serrano. From the beginning of his career he dedicated his activities to corporate law, acquisitions, mergers, and financial matters. In 2000 and 2001 Mr. Hinzpeter was a foreign lawyer at the law firm Simpson Thacher & Bartlett, New York, USA, during which time he continued furthering his knowledge of these type of transactions. In 2012, he left the law firm Bofill Mir & Álvarez Jana as well as various company boards, to take up the position as Minister of Home Affairs in the Chilean government, post which we held until 2012. From that date until 2014 Mr. Hinzpeter was Secretary of Defense in Chile. Mr. Hinzpeter has a law degree from Universidad Católica de Chile.

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Diego Bacigalupo Aracena

Business Development Manager

Diego Bacigalupo has been Business Development Manager at Quiñenco S.A. since June 2017 serving, in addition, as a member of the Board of Directors of Sociedad Matriz SAAM S.A. In 2011 he joined the Luksic Group as Deputy Business Development Manager at Quiñenco, role he left in 2013 in order to become Chief Business Development Officer at CCU S.A. and oversee the areas of M&A, Strategic Planning, Consumer and Market Intelligence, Marketing Services and Corporate Affairs. Before joining Quiñenco, he had an investment banking role at Santander Investment. Mr. Bacigalupo holds a degree in Civil Engineering from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and an MBA from MIT Sloan School of Management.

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Carolina García de la Huerta Aguirre

Corporate Affairs and Communications Manager

Carolina García de la Huerta joined Quiñenco as Corporate Affairs and Communications Manager in April, 2014. Formerly she worked in written media and television, at the newspaper El Mercurio in the segment Economía y Negocios (business and economics), as business editor of Capital magazine, and producer of Raquel Correa’s political interview program on Canal 13. With expertise in communicational issues of high social impact and crisis, until January 2014 she led the public affairs, community, and environment team of Nexos, of which she was also a founding member. Since April 2013 she is a member of the Board of Canal 13, which she now presides. Ms. García de la Huerta has a degree in Journalism from Universidad Católica de Chile.

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Pedro Marín Loyola

Performance Control Manager and Internal Auditor

Pedro Marín has been Performance Control Manager at Quiñenco since September 1996. In 2009 he was also designated as Internal Auditor, reporting to the Directors’ Committee. Prior to Quiñenco, he worked at Empresas Iansa, Unilever and Banco Bice. Mr. Marín has a degree in business administration and accounting from Universidad Católica de Chile, in computer auditing from Universidad de Chile, and a Master in Finance from the London School of Economics (LSE).

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Álvaro Sapag Rajevic

Sustainability Manager

Álvaro Sapag is Sustainability Manager at Quiñenco since April 2014. He has been a professor of Environmental Law at the Academia Diplomática de Chile, of Constitutional Law at Universidad Internacional SEK, of the Master in Public Policies at the Economics Faculty of Universidad de Chile, and of Sustainability Management at Universidad del Desarrollo. With a long track record in the public sphere, in the early ‘90s he was legal advisor to the Ministry of Agriculture in environmental matters, and general secretary and head of the Legal Department of the Agriculture and Livestock Service (SAG). In 1997 he joined the National Environmental Committee (Conama), occupying various posts until taking on as Executive Director in 2007. He is a member of the Natural Resources Panel of the United Nations program for the Environment, and has represented Chile at the Conference of Parties on Climate Change and the Conference of Biodiversity, among others. Mr. Sapag has a Law degree from Universidad de Chile.

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Andrea Tokman Ramos

Chief Economist

Andrea Tokman is Chief Economist at Quiñenco since April 2014. Previously, she was executive director at Grupo Res Pública Chile, senior economist of the economic research department and chief advisor to the chairman of the Chilean Central Bank. She was also a member of the national commission investigating the existence of price distortions in imported goods, and formed part of the presidential advisory commission Women, Work and Maternity during the government of President Piñera. She also worked as researcher at Cieplan and at the Instituto de Políticas Públicas Expansiva-Universidad Diego Portales, and as a consultant in various institutions such as the ministries of Finance, Education and Women, the Supermarkets Association, the World Bank and the ILO. Ms. Tokman has a degree in Economics from Universidad Católica de Chile and a PhD in Economics from the University of California at Berkeley.