ŁAD KORPORACYJNY

Dopuszczając do obrotu swoje akcje na paryskiej giełdzie NYSE Euronext w grudniu 2005, Eutelsat Communications wdrożył procedury kontroli wewnętrznej, mające zapobiegać lub zmniejszać ryzyko, jakie niesie za sobą prowadzenie działalności gospodarczej, ale także ryzyko księgowe i finansowe, wynikające z przepisów ustawowych i wykonawczych, mających zastosowanie do spółek widniejących w indeksie giełdy.
Zarząd Grupy postępuje zgodnie z wytycznymi Kodeksu AFEP-MEDEF.

ZARZĄD

Pod czujnym okiem korporacji

Zarząd Eutelsat Communications, któremu przewodniczy Dominique d’Hinnin, składa się z dwunastu członków, z których 42% to kobiety (pięć z dwunastu), a 67% to osoby na niezależnych stanowiskach dyrektorskich (ośmioro z dwunastu).
Stanowisko Obserwatora Zarządu zajmuje na stałe Sekretarz Wykonawczy Organizacji Międzyrządowej EUTELSAT.
Dwaj przedstawiciele Komitetu Roboczego spółki zależnej Eutelsat S.A. uczestniczą w spotkaniach Zarządu jako obserwatorzy.
Wybrani ze względu na swoją wiedzę, prawość, niezależnego ducha i determinację by służyć interesom wszystkich akcjonariuszy, członkowie Zarządu odznaczają się zróżnicowanym doświadczeniem, narodowościami i zapleczem kulturowym.
Niezależni Dyrektorzy

× Belmer

Rodolphe Belmer

CEO, Eutelsat Communications

Rodolphe Belmer joined Eutelsat in December 2015 and was appointed CEO on 1 March 2016.

Prior to that, he had been managing the Canal+ Group since 2012, which he joined in 2001. His career at Canal+ Group encompassed several ambitious projects, including diversification in the area of free-to-air television, notably through the acquisition and revitalization of D8 and D17.

He began his career in the marketing department of Procter & Gamble France before joining McKinsey in 1998. He is a graduate of France’s HEC business school.

Rodolphe Belmer is also a member of the Board of Netflix, as well as Vice Chairman of the supervisory board of Mediawan.

KOMITET WYKONAWCZY

Członkowie Komitetu Wykonawczego Eutelsat określają i prowadzą strategię Grupy, której główne założenia podlegają nadzorowi Zarządu.

× Belmer

Rodolphe Belmer

CEO, Eutelsat Communications

Rodolphe Belmer joined Eutelsat in December 2015 and was appointed CEO on 1 March 2016.

Prior to that, he had been managing the Canal+ Group since 2012, which he joined in 2001. His career at Canal+ Group encompassed several ambitious projects, including diversification in the area of free-to-air television, notably through the acquisition and revitalization of D8 and D17.

He began his career in the marketing department of Procter & Gamble France before joining McKinsey in 1998. He is a graduate of France’s HEC business school.

Rodolphe Belmer is also a member of the Board of Netflix, as well as Vice Chairman of the supervisory board of Mediawan.

× Azibert

Michel Azibert

Deputy CEO

Michel Azibert joined Eutelsat in September 2011 as Deputy CEO.

From 1982 to 1989 he worked at the French State Council (Conseil d'État), before joining TDF where his appointments included Development and International director and Group Deputy CEO.

Michel is a French national and a graduate of the École Centrale de Paris and France’s National School of Administration (ENA - Ecole Nationale d’Administration).

× Leroy

Yohann Leroy

Deputy CEO, Chief Technical Officer and Secretary of the Executive Committee

Yohann Leroy joined Eutelsat in 2010 as Director of Strategy before being appointed as Director of Engineering and Secretary of the Executive Committee in 2013.

In July 2014, Yohann Leroy became Chief Technical Officer and Deputy CEO in April 2017.

An engineer of the Ecole des Mines and graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique, Yohann Leroy joined the Ile-de-France regional division for industry, research and the environment (DRIRE) in 2003 as head of the Department for industrial development.

In 2007, he joined the office of the French Prime Minister François Fillon, where he served as technical advisor in charge notably of digital economy and industrial policy.

× Burguburu

Julie Burguburu

Company Secretary of the Group

Julie Burguburu joined Eutelsat as Company Secretary of the Group and a member of the Executive Committee, in March 2019.

Before joining Eutelsat, as a senior counsel member (“maître de requêtes”) to the French Conseil d'Etat, Julie Burguburu was a State rapporteur to the Administrative Litigation Division. She has held several top management positions in the French State administration. From 2014 to 2016, she was Deputy Chief-of-Staff to Claude Bartolone, President of France’s National Assembly, then from 2016 to 2017, to Bernard Cazeneuve, in his role of Interior Minister and then Prime Minister.

Julie previously spent four years in Shanghai, China, where she was Vice-President of Veolia China, with the responsibility of transforming the company. In particular, she steered the reorganization of the Chinese and Japanese structures as well as the merger of Veolia's water and waste management entities in China. Prior to that, she had served seven years at the French Conseil d'Etat from 2003 to 2010.

A French national, Julie Burguburu is a graduate of the Ecole Nationale d'Administration and Sciences Po Paris. A member of the Young Leaders of the France-China Foundation and an auditor with the IHEDN, she also holds a Diploma of Advanced Studies (French DEA) in general private law (from Paris I Panthéon-Assas University) and a Master of Arts in international relations and international economics from the School of Advanced International Studies (Johns Hopkins University, Washington DC).

× Dutronc

Jacques Dutronc

Chief Development Officer
× Lenotte

Jean-Hubert Lenotte

Chief Strategy and Resources Officer

Jean-Hubert Lenotte joined Eutelsat in September 2013, as the Group’s Director of Strategy, and became a member of the Executive Committee in 2016 as Director of Strategy and Strategic Marketing.

In June 2019, he also took charge of the Deployment Department and is responsible for Eutelsat’s satellite fleet, frequency management and resource planning. This newly revamped department is now known as the Strategy and Resources Department.

Jean-Hubert began his career at Bouygues where he was notably part of the project team that created Bouygues Telecom in 1994. He joined McKinsey & Company in Paris in 1997 and was elected Partner in 2004. In 2009, he headed the Consumer Service Line of McKinsey & Company in the global telecommunications, media and technology practice.

A Belgian national, he is a graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique and holds a Masters degree in Economy and Finance from the Institute of Political Sciences in Paris.

× Oliva

Philippe Oliva

Chief Commercial Officer

Philippe Oliva began his career as a consultant in the consultancy firm CIMAD, before joining IBM in 1999, where he held several senior positions. These included head of Business Services France, then Vice President of the services offered by the Technological Infrastructure Department.

He also coordinated the launch of the Cloud business and Hybrid Cloud services in France, then in the United States, where he spent several years.

Before joining Eutelsat in September 2018, he held the position of Vice President in charge of strategic accounts at IBM.

Philippe is a French national and a graduate of the Ecole Supérieure des Ingénieurs Commerciaux.

× Rouzaud

Marie-Sophie Rouzaud

Chief Human Resources Officer

Marie-Sophie Rouzaud joined Eutelsat in 2017, as Head of International Human Resources. In 2020, she became Chief Human Resources Officer.

Marie-Sophie Rouzaud has more than twenty years’ experience, with a focus on international team management, talent building and corporate change. She has spent her entire professional career working for high-tech companies. After holding several senior positions at Alcatel-Lucent, she joined Technicolor in 2011. Her responsibilities included driving the integration of employees during Technicolor's acquisition of Cisco's Connected Objects business unit.

× Téran

Sandrine Téran

Chief Financial and IT Officer

Sandrine Téran was formerly Managing Director of Louis Dreyfus Holding (based in the Netherlands) and has occupied other key executive positions in the Louis Dreyfus Group during the past eight years, notably Global Head of tax and Corporate Secretary, and subsequently Global CFO of Louis Dreyfus Company.

From 2000 to 2008 she was head of taxation, corporate finance and internal audit at Eutelsat, contributing to significant structural changes including the privatisation in 2001 and the IPO in 2005.

She began her career at Ipsen as risk manager in charge of tax and insurance before joining Euro Disney where she was Head of tax. Sandrine is a finance and tax graduate from Paris Dauphine University.

STRUKTURA KAPITAŁU

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