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Board of Directors & Specialized Comittees

Board of Directors

PHILIPPE BERTEROTTIERE

Chairman of the board & CEO

Philippe Berterottière joined GTT in 2009. He has 30 years of experience of working in advanced technology sectors. Previously, he served in various senior positions with aerospace companies. At Airbus, he was a contract negotiator, before being appointed head of business development. He was sales director at Matra’s defence division and held various sales and marketing responsibilities at Arianespace, before being named Sales and Marketing Director and an Executive Committee member. He is a graduate of the prestigious HEC business school (Hautes Etudes Commerciales) and of the IEP (Institut d’Etudes Politiques).

MICHÈLE AZALBERT

Michèle Azalbert is an IT engineer who trained at the IIE (Institut d’Informatique d’Entreprise) and is a graduate of HEC business school (Hautes Etudes Commerciales). She held various positions in treasury, finance, and managing interest rate and exchange rate risk at Elf Aquitaine (from 1992 to 1996), Sanofi (from 1996 to 1999) and, from 1999, SUEZ. Starting in 2005 until 2008, she served as Treasurer for the SUEZ group. When the GDF and SUEZ groups merged, Michèle Azalbert was appointed as Chief Operating Officer of GASELYS, the joint subsidiary created by GDF and Société Générale and dedicated to commodities market trading. In 2011, she became General Manager of Support Functions. In 2013, Michèle Azalbert joined GDF SUEZ’s LNG Business Unit as Chief Operating Officer in charge of management of LNG contracts and trading, the position she currently holds.

ANA BUSTO

Ana Busto received a Master’s degree from the Institut Supérieur de Traducteurs et Interprètes de Belgique (Belgian Institute for Translators and Interpreters, ISTI) and a Master’s in Communication from the Rotterdam School of Management in the Netherlands.
She began her career in Prague in 1994 as cultural attaché for the Belgian civil service, then worked as a consultant for the European Commission from 1998 to 2000, based in Latvia. She joined the international corporate law firm Clifford Chance in the Netherlands in 2000 as Communications Manager. She then joined Steria Group in 2005 as Internal Communications Manager. She moved to Sodexo as Vice-President, Internal Communications in 2008. She became Chief Brand and Communications Offi cer of the group in 2012 and became a member of the Executive Committee in 2014. On 1 October 2016, she was appointed Senior Vice-President Brand and Communications at ENGIE Group.

CHRISTIAN GERMA

Christian Germa is an engineering graduate of the École Polytechnique (1992) and the École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées (1995). He began his career at the French Ministry for the Economy and Finance, within the Treasury Department, where he worked for several years on the CIRI, the Interministerial Committee on Industrial Restructuring, where he served as Deputy Secretary-General. In 2000 he joined the FD5 investment company as head of investment. From 2002 to 2014, Christian Germa gained experience within the Vinci Group, where he successively held positions as director of construction projects, then director of public-private partnerships for Vinci Construction France. During this time, Christian Germa held several directorships as an independent director, from 2010 to 2012, on the Board of Directors of Vodafone SA and, since 2004, on the Supervisory Board of Faiveley Transport, where he is also Chairman of the Audit Committee.

DIDIER HOLLEAUX

Didier Holleaux is a graduate of the École Polytechnique and École des Mines in Paris. He began his career in 1982 as an engineer before joining the French civil service in 1985. He held positions at the Secretariat General of the Interministerial Committee for European Economic Cooperation issues before joining the cabinets of the ministers of Research and Technology then of Energy. He joined Gaz de France (which became ENGIE) in 1993 and served in several executive positions.
He has been the Chief Operating Officer of ENGIE since January 2017, responsible for the  supervision of the Elengy, GRDF, GRTgaz, Storengy, China, Asia-Pacific and GTT Business Units, the Strategic Sourcing & Purchasing Division, the Industrial Projects Division and the Nuclear Development Division.

ANDREW JAMIESON

Andrew Jamieson has vast experience of the energy industry in general and LNG in particular. He held various positions with Shell Group in Europe, Australia and Africa before being appointed, in 2005, Executive Vice-President “Gas & Projects” and member of “Gaz & Power” Executive Committee of Shell, functions he retained until he retired in 2009. Andrew Jamieson serves as Director in different companies specialized in the energy sector and chairs Seven Energy International Limited. He is an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) and a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering. He’s also a member of the Royal Institute of Chemical Engineers which he has been chairing since 2015. Andrew Jamieson is a Chartered Engineer and holds a Ph.D. degree from Glasgow University.

FRANCOISE LEROY

Françoise Leroy holds a degree from the École Supérieure de Commerce et d’Administration des Entreprises de Reims. She began her career in 1975 as Secretary General of Union Industrielle d’Entreprise. She joined Elf Aquitaine Group in 1982 where she held various Financing and Capital Markets positions in the Financial Management Department. In 1998, she became Director of Financial Communications, then in 2001, Director of Chemical Subsidiaries Operations in Total’s Finance Department following its merger with Elf Aquitaine. She has been the Secretary General of Total’s Chemicals Division since 2004 and a member of Total’s Steering Committee since 2006. She was also Director of Mergers and Acquisitions-Disposals from January 2012 to July 2013.

BENOIT MIGNARD

Benoît Mignard, civil engineer graduate of the Ecole des Mines de Paris. After having held various positions at the Research Development division of EDF, Benoît Mignard joined Gaz de France in 1992 and took the head of the Trading Office and of the Budget. In 1999, he is in charge of the negotiation of gas supply contracts, and then of economic studies. In 2002, he undertakes the development of “structured transactions gas and LNG,” activities accompanying the opening of the energy markets in Europe. In 2006, he joined the Finance department as head of Investments Acquisitions, a position he held at GDF SUEZ after the merger of 2008. In 2012, he became deputy director GDF SUEZ E&P INTERNATIONAL and in October 2015 deputy director, in charge of Finance and Strategy for the Global Gas Branch and LNG of ENGIE. Benoît Mignard served as member of GTT’s board from 2012 to 2014.

CECILE PREVIEU

Ms Cécile Prévieu was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Storengy in July 2015. She was previously responsible for Storengy Asset Management activities, comprising finance, legal affairs, strategy, business development and management/optimisation of underground storage asset management. She joined the Engie Group in 2010, first reporting to the Chief Operating Officer heading the Infrastructures Branch. She then moved to Storengy in 2011 as Chief Financial and Legal Officer. Ms Cécile Prévieu began her career in 2002, within the French Public Administration. She held various positions at the Ministry of the Economy, Finance and Industry, then in the Prime Minister's Office, in the energy and transport sectors. She is a graduate of the École Polytechnique, the École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées and the Institut d’Études Politiques in Paris.

PHILIPPE SALLE

Philippe Salle has been Chairman and Chief Executive of the Altran Group since June 2011. He is a graduate of the Ecole des Mines de Paris and has an MBA from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University (Chicago, USA). He began his career with Total in Indonesia before joining Accenture. He was a project manager with strategic consultancy firm McKinsey from 1995 to 1999 and then joined Vedior (now Randstad, a company listed on the Amsterdam stock exchange). He became Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Vedior France in 2002, then President of the Southern Europe area in 2006 (France, Spain, Italy and Switzerland). He held this position until 2007 when he joined the Geoservices Group, a technological company in the oil sector operating in 52 countries with nearly 7,000 employees, first as Managing Director then as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer until March 2011.

Specialized Comittees

The specialzed committees are tasked with preparing resolutions for the Board of Directors, making recommendations to the Board and providing advice and recommendations on issues within their specific scope of competence. 

AUDIT AND RISK MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE

This committee has a minimum of three members, including its chairman, none of whom have management roles within the company, and all of whom have particular expertise in finance and accounting. 

Composition: Françoise Leroy, Christian Germa and Didier Holleaux.

Chairman of the committee: Christian Germa​
 

COMPENSATION AND NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE

This committee has a minimum of three members, including its chairman, and is tasked with assisting the Board of Directors in selecting its own members, the members of its committees, and the company's Chief Executive Officer. It also makes recommendations to the Board of Directors on issues of compensation.

Composition: Andrew Jamieson, Christian Germa, Philippe Salle, Didier Holleaux and Françoise Leroy.

Chairman of the committeePhilippe Salle

 
Consult the GTT Executive committee section.