Grifone, the Spanish sports outerwear company, has reported a change of ownership and management intended to foster its international development, with a focus on Asia, the U.S., and central and northern Europe. Sandro Rosell, president of FC Barcelona, along with Eugenio Padrés and Pepe Navarro, are now co-owners with Ramón Cierco, the former single majority shareholder. Cierco and Rosell will be majority shareholders. Padrés, who worked for Quiksilver for the last 10 years, will be Grifone's new chief executive. Navarro, who has worked for brands such as Closed, Armani Jeans and O'Neill, is taking on the position of commercial manager. Like Rosell, who worked for Nike before joining FC Barcelona, Cierco is also on FC Barcelona's management board. Martí Batalla, who shared the ownership of Grifone with Cierco two years ago, will assume the post of product manager.