Vivendi-backed French ISP SFR has named Jean-Yves Charlier as its new chief executive.
Charlier, who replaces Stéphane Roussel in the role, will head an executive committee comprising networks, information systems and operations chief Pierre-Alain Allemand, business team head Pierre Barnabé, finance and strategy chief Sandrine Dufour, previously deputy director of finance at Vivendi, secretary-general Olivier Henrard and human resources chief Marie-Christine Théron.
Roussel remains president of SFR, while deputy chief executive Pierre Trotot is to leave the company.
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19 June 2021 @ 12:34:00 UTC