Maypo has a strong and effective Corporate Governance to ensure an appropriate decision-making process aligned with its objectives and priorities.
Maypo regulates the functioning of its governing bodies based on the principles of good governance, ethics, and transparency, aligned at all times with the mission, vision, values and organizational culture of the Group to adapt to the circumstances and needs of the Mexican environment, generating value strategies for people, employees, customers, and shareholders.
To this, we are attached to the best practices and recommendations in accordance with national and international laws and codes of commerce in force, as well as the best corporate practices, taking as a reference the result of the actions and perspectives of the certifying bodies, and the different points of view derived from direct contact and dialogue with shareholders and board members.
The institutionalization of Maypo supports the implementation of Corporate Governance practices that aim to ensure that both the management model and the decisions of the Board of Directors are oriented to preserve the long-term interest of our allies and to guarantee the stability of the Group.
Our Corporate Governance is based on the Board of Directors, composed of 7 directors: 4 owners and 3 independent or external, representing the highest decision-making body in the company and to whom the General Director reports.