Renault announces top management appointments
These include the appointment of Bruno Ancelin, currently Alliance managing director for global sourcing, will be appointed managing director for Russia and leader of Eurasia Region as of 1 October.
Mr Ancelin will maintain his current responsibilities and will report to Patrick Pélata, chief operating officer.
He replaces Christian Esteve, managing director for Russia and leader of Eurasia region, who will retire as of the same date.
From 2 October Stephen Norman, senior vice president, global marketing, will be appointed chief marketing and communications officer. He will report for marketing activities to Jérôme Stoll, EVP, commercial division and to Patrick Pélata for all activities.
Additionally Frédérique Le Greves, vice president, corporate information, will be appointed deputy to chief marketing and communications officer. Both Mr Norman and Mr Le Greves will lead a project to increase brand value through marketing, communications and digital.
From 2 November, Marie-Françoise Damesin, senior vice president, communications for the Renault group, will be appointed senior vice president human resources for the Renault group. She will report to Patrick Pélata.
And from 1 December, Gérard Leclercq, senior vice president human resources for the Renault Group, will be appointed executive vice president for manufacturing and supply chain. He will join the Renault Executive Committee and will report to Patrick Pélata.
Mr Leclercq replaces Michel Gornet, who retires from 1 December.