Mango reveals new finance boss amid Covid-19 chaos

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Mango Margarita Salvans
Mango recently announced the opening of 135 stores amid the coronavirus pandemic
// Mango management control director Margarita Salvans promoted to CFO
// Salvans will replace Josep Barberá

Mango has promoted its management control director Margarita Salvans to the position of chief financial officer, replacing Josep Barberá.

Salvans will also become a member of the fashion retailer’s management committee.

She had joined Mango back in 2013, and has since held a variety of roles across store provisioning and management control.


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Before joining Mango, Salvans served at Boston Consulting Group and at Caixa Catalunya, where she assumed responsibilities in the areas of pricing and management control during the merger process of the entity, currently integrated in BBVA.

Mango recently announced the opening of 135 stores amid the coronavirus pandemic and expects the number of stores open for public to 483 during April, bringing the total to 621.

Last month, Mango promoted general manager Toni Ruiz to the newly-created role of chief executive.

Ruiz, who was credited for his leadership of the Spanish business through a period of transformation, will be stepping into a role that was eliminated five years ago following the departure of Enric Casi.

Ruiz has been general manager since October 2018 but first joined Mango in 2015 as head of finance and has been part of the executive team for nearly five years.

Meanwhile, Mango founder Isak Andic will continue to serve as president of the board of directors.

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