Olivier LEPICK

Olivier LEPICK

Group General Secretary

General Secretary
Member of the Group Executive Committee

Olivier Lepick was appointed General Secretary of the Capgemini Group and joined the Group Executive Committee in 2020. Since 2019, he has also been Secretary to the Group’s Executive Board of Directors.

Previously, from 2008, Olivier was General Secretary, in charge of Human Resources, and a member of the Executive Committee of Sogeti, a subsidiary of the Capgemini Group.

Between 2013 and 2018, in addition to his professional responsibilities within the Group, he chaired the national professional organization in France FAFIEC (Fond d’Assurance Formation Ingénierie et Conseil) under the mandate of the France industry representative lobby Syntec. Meanwhile, he was Vice President of the “National labour management Commitment for Employment” (CPNE in France) for IT, engineering, consulting, studies, fairs, congresses and translation businesses.

From 2004 to 2008, prior to joining Sogeti, Olivier Lepick was in charge of the merger of the Sogeti and Transiciel entities, after the acquisition of Transiciel by Capgemini.

Between 2000 and 2004, he was a Partner in the law firm Jacques Attali et Associés and also a partner of the investment fund Attali et Associés Ventures.

Previously, between 1992 and 1997, he has held the position of researcher at the Center for Research and Studies on Strategies and Technologies (CREST) of Ecole Polytechnique in France. Since 2013, he has been an associate researcher and administrator of the “Fondation pour la Recherche Stratégique” in France.

In parallel to his role at Capgemini, Oliver Lepick has held the position of Mayor of Carnac, in the region of Morbihan in France, since March 2014, and has been involved in French politics since 2004.

Olivier Lepick holds PhDs in International History and Politics from the Institut des Hautes Etudes Internationales (University of Geneva) and from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques in Strasbourg. Several laureates have been awarded to him for his historical works.