The Renault-Nissan alliance is going through one of the most turbulent in its history. Less than a month ago is made effective the resignation of the CEO of Nissan, Hiroto Saiwaka, after admitting bonuses, and already have a replacement: Makodo Uchida.
Now Renault has just announced abruptly the termination “with immediate effect” of which has been for less than a year, its director-general, Thierry Bolloré. The Board of Directors has decided to appoint Clotilde Delbos as director-general of Renault on an interim basis, while it carries out the process of appointing a new candidate.
Goodbye to the heir of Carlos Ghosn
Without providing any detail about this decision, the French firm has reported that Jean-Dominique Senard will assume the presidency of Renault during this same period of interim.
Thierry Bolloré took over as ceo Carlos Ghosn in November 2018, when Renault decided to disabling temporarily after his arrest (later, we would see that it would be something permanent).
Bolloré enjoyed the favor of the Government of France to occupy this position. The Executive French owns 15 % of the shares of Renault, which in turn participates in the 43 % of Nissan, while Nissan treasure 15 % of the shares of Renault and 34 % of Mitsubishi.
In information gathered by Automotive News Europe, Bolloré has said that he learned of his dismissal on Wednesday and Senard, president of Renault, had been pressed for his departure was “completely unexpected” and abrupt.
However Bolloré has denied that the French Government, or Nissan have pressed the board of Renault, and that has nothing personal with Senard.
Born in 1967, Clotilde Delbos has moved in the field of internal audits, treasury, and mergers-and acquisitions and has held positions as chief financial officer and director in several companies.
Delbos joined the Renault Group in 2012 as director of Performance and Control of the Group. In April 2016, is appointed as chief Financial officer of the Renault Group and president of the Board of Directors of RCI Banque.
April 1, 2019 also assumes the Direction of Internal Control and is currently a member of the Executive Committee of Renault Group.
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