Eutelsat has reshuffled its management for the Asian region, after appointing the former CEO of Eutelsat Asia, Andrew Jordan, to Eutelsat’s executive committee, based in Paris.
With the move, Ken Loke, previously chief commercial officer of Eutelsat Asia, has taken the post of chief executive officer of Eutelsat Asia, based in Singapore.
Jordan will now supervise the group’s growth strategy in Asia and drive strategic projects from Europe.
“Andrew’s record as a longstanding industry professional further buttresses the broad range of skills assembled in our executive committee,” said Eutelsat CEO Michel de Rosen.
Jordan joined Eutelsat following its 2012 acquisition of the GE-23 satellite, which it has since renamed Eutelsat 172A.
The news comes just days after Eutelsat appointed former McKinsey & Company and Bouygues Telecom executive Jean-Hubert Lenotte as the group’s director of strategy.
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