Alfonso de Angoitia Grows Grupo and Televisa Through Excellent Leadership

     Born in 1962, Alfonso de Angoitia is a a. He is the head cheerleader of Grupo Televisa, a leading television media house in Mexico and the Spanish native land. Angotia has been an active board member of Grupo Televisa from 1997. Throughout his appointment as a board member, Angotia registered excellent performance as a leader. It is through his performance that he was appointed as the chairman of Grupo’s finance department. The board includes other memberships like Cablevision, Sky, Bolsa Mexicana as well as Pepsi Bottling Group.

Background

Prior to his election as the vice president of Grupo, Angoitia was the chief financial officer of the company. This was between 1999 and 2003. His contribution to the company comes from the extensive experience from different backgrounds including White & Case in New York City. Angoitia was also an employee at Mirajes, a leading law firm in Mexico. In that department, he served as the personal attorney of the serving chief executive officer at Grupo Televisa, Mr. Emilio Azcarraga. Angotia closely worked with Mr. Azcarraga to establish a strong financial platform for the company. He also established a legal structure for the company.

Contribution

Presently, Angoitia is applauded for his input at Grupo. He is the company’s financial mastermind. His input is highly acknowledged as he was a leading figure in initiating the growth of the company when Grupo cashed in $ 1.2 billion. This amount played an instrumental role in expanding the company’s platform of operation across the Hispanic community. The same amount expanded the company’s operations to the United States of America. Angoitia is a prominent attendee of Allen & Company. This is a media summit hosted in Idaho. It is an annual summit that is hosted by investment experts who dream of soaring higher in business. Angoitia is a skilled entrepreneur who has invested in the media business. His focus to grow Grupo and Televisa is evident in his input.