15. Jul 2022 | Markets & Companies
Akzo Nobel announces Gregoire Poux Guillaume as new CEO
Gregoire (52), a French national, is an international business leader with 25 years of experience. He has a distinguished track record of building successful, profitable businesses in challenging environments, accelerating business growth and improving margins. Previous roles include CEO of Sulzer, CEO of GE Grid Solutions (previously Alstom Grid) and Senior Managing Director of CVC Capital Partners.
Commenting on the appointment, Nils Smedegaard Andersen, Chair of Akzo Nobel’s Supervisory Board, says: “Gregoire Poux-Guillaume is an experienced business leader with a track record of delivering above market growth and building strong teams. We’re happy and confident to have found the best match for Akzo Nobel to continue our position as a frontrunner in our industry. His experience will provide a valuable perspective to help us with future growth and financial performance. I look forward to working with him.”
"Look forward to meeting my new colleagues"
Adds Gregoire Poux-Guillaume: “I’m honoured to have been selected by Akzo Nobel’s Supervisory Board to lead the company through its next stage of development. Akzo Nobel is a leader in innovative and sustainable products and solutions; a truly global company with a proud heritage. I look forward to meeting my new colleagues and together building on the progress that has been achieved over the last few years.”
The appointment of Gregoire Poux-Guillaume to AkzoNobel’s Board of Management is subject to shareholder approval and, as such, will be on the agenda of an Extraordinary General Meeting to be scheduled in September this year.
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