Wallbox appoints Luis Boada as chief financial officer

Wallbox appoints Luis Boada as chief financial officer

Boada has close to two decades of experience in corporate development, finance and investor relations in both North American and European markets.

Wallbox, a global provider of electric vehicle (EV) charging and energy management solutions in Barcelona, Spain, revealed that Luis Boada will join the company as chief financial officer, effective May 15.

Following a transition period, Wallbox also will propose the appointment of Jordi Lainz as a member of the board of directors during the 2024 Annual General Meeting of shareholders.

Boada has close to two decades of experience in corporate development, finance and investor relations with extensive knowledge of both North American and European markets, according to Wallbox. He joins Wallbox from Fluidra, a global provider of pool equipment and connected solutions, where he served as the CFO of North America.

Wallbox says the news comes on the heels of several other key commercial announcements. Among these: Wallbox recently announced a minority investment and plans to collaborate commercially with Generac; has officially launched and commissioned its DC fast charger, Supernova 180, in North America; Wallbox announced its entry into commercial and shared space charging in North America with the launch of Pulsar Pro; and continues to progress with product and innovation integrations with ABL, a German pioneer in manufacturing and EV charging that Wallbox recently acquired.

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