Biography: Carole Ferrand

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Ms. Carole Ferrand is a graduate of HEC business school (class of 1992). She started her career at PricewaterhouseCoopers, where she was an auditor and later a financial advisor in the Transaction Services Division. In 2000, she joined Sony France, the French subsidiary of the consumer and professional electronics branch of the Sony Corporation Group, as Financial Director […]

Ms. Carole Ferrand is a graduate of HEC business school (class of 1992). She started her career at PricewaterhouseCoopers, where she was an auditor and later a financial advisor in the Transaction Services Division. In 2000, she joined Sony France, the French subsidiary of the consumer and professional electronics branch of the Sony Corporation Group, as Financial Director before becoming General Secretary in 2002. In 2011, she held the position of Chief Financial Officer of the Europacorp Group. Since January 2013, she has been Financing Director at Artémis Group and is in charge of strategic and financial support for certain investments. Ms. Carole Ferrand was appointed to the Board of Directors of FNAC Group in 2013, where she is also a member of the Audit Committee.

Ms. Carole Ferrand joined the Board of Directors of Capgemini SE on May 18, 2016. She has been a member of the Audit & Risk Committee (formerly the Audit Committee) since this date. She brings to the Board her expertise in audit, finance and financial issues. Ms. Carole Ferrand also contributes her expertise in investment strategy and external growth and her experience and knowledge of the challenges associated with rapid change in a competitive environment as well as disruption and particularly digital disruption in a wide range of environments.

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Ms. Carole Ferrand has been Financing Director at Artémis Group since January 2013.

Biography: Carole Ferrand

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