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MADRID, July 13 (Reuters) - Spanish builder FCC said on Monday that CEO Juan Bejar had told the firm he plans to leave the company by September 30 and accept an 8.4-million-euro ($9.2 million) severance payment.
In a statement, FCC said it has hired head hunters to select a new chief executive and that it could accelerate Bejar's departure if it finds a candidate before the end of September.
Last week, Reuters said Bejar would leave after summer in a move that would see top shareholder Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim tightening his grip on the indebted company. ($1 = 0.9074 euros) (Reporting by Tracy Rucinski; Editing by Julien Toyer)