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What has never been told is that the intention of Gimeno and his mother has always been to sell the shares, from the minute they acquired them by inheritance, since they have never cared about the company. Not in vain, Gimeno, sold his Presidency for eight million euros, in the worst economic moment of the same and without caring about the sentimental value it had (his uncle turned the department store, inherited from Ramón Areces, into a mercantile reference of our country) for the employees that integrate it or deny that same legacy to his children.

The Álvarez sisters, Marta and Cristina Álvarez Guil, have taken the helm, despite the war that both Gimeno and their mother waged in all the courts (commercial, civil, criminal) against them. A judicial and media war, in which, for now, they have won all the battles.

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The relationship between Dimas Gimeno and El Corte Inglés is about to be totally liquidated. The board of directors of the retail group has authorized to negotiate the purchase of the 5% that he and his mother hold indirectly in the shareholding for a value of 145 million euros.

The group decides to buy the stake of its former president for 145 millionThe board of directors of El Corte Inglés has authorized the transaction, «provided that the acquisition of these shares is made free of the charges and encumbrances that currently weigh on them, the price is confirmed and there are circumstances that benefit all shareholders of El Corte Inglés».

In any case, both the Álvarez sisters and Dimas Gimeno’s uncle, César Álvarez (brother of the former president Isidoro and of María Antonia, his mother) have decided not to exercise their right of first refusal in the transaction, as neither will IASA, so that the purchase is executed directly by El Corte Inglés, which sees in the acquisition the possibility of obtaining capital gains in the future.

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Dimas Gimeno nació en Madrid el 14 de diciembre de 1975. Por aquel entonces, su tío era el director general de El Corte Inglés, Isidoro Álvarez[2]. Es hijo de Antonia Álvarez y Miguel Ángel Gimeno García, ambos asturianos. Tiene dos hermanos mayores: Miguel Ángel y Diana. Gimeno heredó su nombre de su abuelo Dimas Álvarez Rodríguez, que era primo del segundo presidente de El Corte Inglés, Ramón Areces.

Gimeno se licenció en 1997 en Derecho por la Universidad CEU San Pablo de Madrid, y al año siguiente obtuvo un máster en Derecho Privado por la misma universidad. En 1999, tras pasar seis meses como becario en el departamento de litigios del bufete de abogados Baker McKenzie, viajó a Australia para estudiar dirección cinematográfica en la Universidad de Tecnología de Sydney. Durante su año en Australia, realizó dos cursos y rodó dos cortometrajes[4].

Desde los 20 años, la carrera profesional de Gimeno ha estado ligada a la cadena de grandes almacenes El Corte Inglés, empresa considerada Entidad de Interés Público en España y que es la mayor empleadora del país (en 2016 contaba con 92.690 trabajadores)[5] Comenzó a trabajar en estos grandes almacenes cuando era estudiante universitario, como vendedor en el departamento de camisas del Centro Castellana de Madrid. En el año 2000, tras finalizar su formación universitaria y sus estudios en Australia, pasó a los servicios centrales de la compañía, desarrollando su carrera en diversos departamentos.

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The shares of Gimeno and his mother correspond to 13% and 9% of IASA, a company that owns 22.18% of El Corte Inglés, in which Marta and Cristina Álvarez control 69% and César Álvarez (brother of Isidoro and María Antonia), 9%.

The negotiation of the 5% is being carried out by El Corte Inglés itself, once neither the other shareholders nor IASA have exercised their preferential purchase right. When the purchase is executed, these shares will not form part of the treasury stock, but El Corte Inglés will hold 22% of shares in IASA, which in turn will hold 22.18% of shares in El Corte Inglés.

Dimas Gimeno was the one appointed by his uncle, Isidoro Álvarez, as successor when he passed away in 2014. However, part of the family, such as Álvarez’s adopted daughters, Marta and Cristina, disagreed with that decision. Conflicts ensued, reflected in various lawsuits, until Gimeno’s dismissal in 2018, which included a million-dollar compensation.

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