Monod quits Suez for new role

SUEZ LYONNAISE des Eaux (SLDE) marked a turning point in its history at its Paris AGM last month. Jérôme Monod, 70-year-old president of the SLDE supervisory board, said he was to leave the company after 20 years to devote himself to “personal projects located in another world from that of the enterprise”.

Monod was due to relinquish his post on 31 May and had proposed the current supervisory board deputy president, industrialist Jean Gandois, as his successor. Gandois is a former president of the French employers federation council and a former president of the aluminium group, Pechiney, and the Belgian steelmaker, Cockerill-Sambre.

Following the shareholders’ meeting, SLDE also announced...

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