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It’s adios from Jose Masip as Beyma restructures

It’s adios from Jose Masip as Beyma restructures
Beyma general manager Jose Vicente Farinós

It’s adios from Jose Masip as Beyma restructures

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Transducer manufacturer Acustica Beyma has undergone an internal shareholding restructure. Together with Ana Masip, general manager Jose Vicente Farinós is now the majority shareholder of the company. The Masip family has been majority owner of Acustica Beyma since the company was founded in 1969, and the exit of current president Jose Masip together with Lidia Masip from the Beyma shareholding is immediate. As an understudy to his father initially, Jose Masip has been working at Beyma for 35 years since 1986.

“Having run the company for the past 17 years and despite the current situation with Covid, I can affirm that we are entering into an exciting phase of development here at Beyma,” confirmed Farinós. “This is largely due to the great work of our teams in all key areas of the company and the invaluable help of our strategic partners worldwide. The current crisis has not slowed down our mid to long-term plans in terms of product innovation, improvement of production facilities and Beyma’s ongoing digitalisation processes. We have the team, will and capabilities to continue making history in pro audio at a global level.”

Having started his employment as financial director at Acustica Beyma in 1995, Farinós holds a degree in economics from the University of Valencia and a Master in Finance from CEF Madrid. Having become a minority shareholder of the company in 1997, he was then promoted to lead the company as general manager in 2003. Beyma has confirmed that the shareholding restructuring will provide continuity to the trajectory and management carried out in recent years in addition to consolidating current global strategies.

The Beyma headquarters in Moncado
The Beyma headquarters in Moncado


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