The Executive Committee is composed of:
Thierry Breton, Chairman & CEO, more about Thierry Breton
Charles Dehelly, Senior Executive Vice President, more about Charles Dehelly
Gilles Grapinet, Senior Executive Vice President Global functions and Chief Executive Officer of Worldline, more about Gilles Grapinet
Michel-Alain Proch, Head of Finance and IT,
Patrick Adiba, Head of Human Resources,
Philippe Mareine, General Secretary of the Group, Head of Siemens Global Partnership
Marc Meyer, Head of Talents & Communications,
Hervé Payan, Head of Sales & Marketing Support,
Ingo Juraske, Head of Public Sector, Healthcare & Transports,
Kari Kupila, Head of Siemens Account,
Swen Rehders, Head of Manufacturing, Retail & Services,
Dr. Ljiljana Mitic, Head of Financial Services,
Bruno Fabre, Head of Telecoms, Media & Utilities,
Winfried Holz, Head of Germany,
Jean-Marie Simon, Head of France,
Ursula Morgenstern, Head of UK & Ireland,
Rob Pols, Head of Benelux & the Nordics,
Hanns-Thomas Kopf, Head of Central & Eastern Europe,
John Evers, Head of North America,
Ivan Lozano, Head of Iberia,
Herbert Leung, Head of Asia Pacific,
Alexandre Gouvêa, Head of Latin America,
Milind Kamat, Head of India,
Christophe Duquenne, COO of Worldline,
Eric Grall, Head of Managed Services,
Francis Meston, Head of Consulting & Systems Integration,
Marc-Henri Desportes, General Manager of Worldline,
Olivier Cuny, Secretary to the Executive Committee
Thierry Breton graduated from the Paris École Supérieure d’Électricité (Supelec), and the Institut des Hautes Études de Défense Nationale (IHEDN, 46th class).
In 1986, he became Project Manager of the Poitiers Futuroscope theme park, then headed its teleport operations. He later served as an advisor to Education Minister René Monory in the area of new information technologies. He also served in the Poitou-Charentes Regional Council from 1986 to 1992 (as Vice-Chairman from 1988 on). He then joined Bull as Director of Strategy and Development before becoming Deputy Managing Director.
Member of the Board of Directors in February 1996, he was successively named Vice-Chairman of the Board then group delegated Director.
After being appointed Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Thomson (1997-2002) then Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of France Telecom (2002-2005), he was France’s Minister for the Economy, Finance and Industry between February 25, 2005 and May 16, 2007, before becoming a professor at Harvard University (USA) for “Leadership, Corporate Accountability”.
In November 2008, he became Chairman of the Management Board of Atos Origin. He is today Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Atos SE.
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Charles Dehelly began his career at the Thomson Group where in 1981 he was CEO of Home Appliance divisions and later CEO of the Television division. Joining the Bull Group in 1992 as Group Chief Operating Officer, he returned to Thomson in 1998 as Chief Operating Officer then as Chief Executive Officer. In 2004 he became CEO of the Equant Group, then CEO of the Arjowiggins Group.
A graduate of the prestigious “Ecole Nationale d’Administration”, he joined the French Inspection Générale des Finances” in 1992, where he worked for four years on numerous financial audits and assessment assignments for the French Government and international organisations (International Monetary Fund, World Bank, …).
In 1996, he moved to the French tax department as Head of Strategy and Controlling before being appointed Director of Information Systems and Strategy.
Between 2000 and 2002, he was appointed CIO, head of the nation-wide “Copernic program”, aimed at rebuilding entirely the french tax information systems and creating a multi-channel, service-oriented tax administration.
Between 2003 and end 2004, he joined the private office of the French Prime Minister as Senior Advisor for economic and financial affairs. And between 2005 and 2007, he was director of the French economy, finance and industry Minister’s private office.
In 2007, Gilles Grapinet joined the Executive Committee of the international banking Group Credit Agricole SA, where he was Head of Strategy before being appointed director of the Payment Systems & Services business division.
In December 2008 as Senior Executive Vice President, in charge of Global functions, he joined Atos Origin (Since July 2011, the name of the company was changed to Atos, following the Siemens IT acquisition), as one of the two deputy-CEO, of the Company.
In July 2013, he is appointed CEO of Worldline.