Biography: Paul Hermelin

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Mr. Paul Hermelin is a graduate of École Polytechnique and École Nationale d’Administration. He spent the first fifteen years of his professional life in the French government, primarily in the Ministry of Finance. He held a number of positions in the Budget Office and on various ministry staffs, including that of Finance Minister Jacques Delors. He was chief […]

Mr. Paul Hermelin is a graduate of École Polytechnique and École Nationale d’Administration. He spent the first fifteen years of his professional life in the French government, primarily in the Ministry of Finance. He held a number of positions in the Budget Office and on various ministry staffs, including that of Finance Minister Jacques Delors. He was chief of staff to the Minister of Industry and Foreign Trade, from 1991 to 1993.

Mr. Paul Hermelin joined the Capgemini Group in May 1993, where he was first in charge of coordinating central functions. In May 1996, he was appointed member of the Management Board and Chief Executive Officer of Capgemini France. In May 2000, following the merger of Capgemini and Ernst & Young Consulting, he became Chief Operating Officer of the Group and director. On January 1, 2002, he became Chief Executive Officer of the Capgemini Group, followed by Chairman and Chief Executive Officer on May 24, 2012. He has been a member of the Strategy & Investment Committee since July 24, 2002.

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Mr. Paul Hermelin has been Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Capgemini SE since May 2012.

Biography: Paul Hermelin

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