Stéphane Blunden gained solid experience (over 30 years’ worth) in supply chains by working in various operational high-responsibility positions in a variety of sectors, both in France and abroad.
He started his career with Anne De Solene as logistics manager, then joined the Groupe Allied Signal (later Honeywell) where he particularly served as logistics manager for Europe and later worldwide. He then began working as supply chain director for the automotive division.
In 2001, he joined the Valeo group as group supply chain director, in charge of supervising 135 production sites across 33 different countries.
Laurent developed solid expertise (over 15 years’ experience) in the audiovisual and media sector.
He worked with Zodiak Media, where he combined the position of group COO and group financial director, supervising financial functions. Laurent was involved in many mergers and acquisitions, special operations via various group entities (45 companies – 18 countries). Laurent also developed solid expertise in project management in reorganization situations, and in improving working capital.
Laurent holds a degree from the EDHEC business school.
Philippe developed solid expertise in mergers and acquisitions, raising funds and equity, debt restructuring.
He worked for 19 years with Usinor (later became ArcelorMittal), as financial director and executive vice president in charge of mergers and acquisitions.
In 2001, he joined the Elior group as CFO and member of the Executive Board, where he restructured all of the group’s liabilities (debt refinancing, de-listing, etc.), negotiated acquisition contracts and restructured the entire finance function.
Philippe holds a degree from ESSEC and from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques in Paris.
Yann Quiniou brings the rich experience he developed in financial function leadership, particularly in industry (over 20 years’ experience).
He began his career with GEC Altsom as a comptroller.
He then became administrative and financial director at Clestra, where he led numerous restructurings and reorganizations. In 1998, he joined the group Compagnie Générale de Géophysique (later became CGG-Veritas) as vice president of finance, responsible for supervising 130 employees.
In 2003, he became director of finance for the northern European division of the Faurecia group. In 2009, Yann Quiniou joined the Rossignol group as vice president of finance and support.
Yann holds a DESCF finance and accounting degree.