GOVERNANCE AND SHARE OWNERSHIP

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Governance at APRR is organised with a Board of Directors, which defines corporate strategy, and an Executive Committee, which implements it

Eiffage - France’s third-largest construction and concessions company and the eighth-largest in Europe - has a majority equity holding in APRR.

Organisation chart

Executive committee

Led by the Chairman and CEO, Philippe Nourry, the Executive Committee is APRR’s managerial authority. As such, it implements the corporate strategy determined by the Board of Directors.


Committee members

Philippe Nourry
Chairman and CEO, APRR
Chairman and CEO, AREA
Chairman, Adelac

Christian Ambrun
Legal Director

Ghislaine Baillemont
Innovation, Construction and Development Director

Pascal Billard
Director of Human Resources

Thierry de Camaret
Engineering and Information Systems Director

Guillaume Hérent
Deputy General Director

Vincent Lang
Chief Financial Officer

Eric Payan
Operating Director

Xavier Rigo
Deputy General Director
 

Eiffage, a major player in the concessions sector

Eiffage is the third-largest French construction and concession group and the eighth-largest in Europe, known for its technical expertise and exceptionally broad spectrum of capabilities in areas such as construction, public transport, energy, concessions and public-private partnerships. The Group’s business revolves around designing, financing, building and maintaining the facilities that enhance our everyday lives: large road and rail infrastructures, healthcare facilities, public and private buildings, urban developments, etc.

Eiffage’s 70,400 employees carry out 100,000 projects a year, generating nearly €16,6 billion in revenue in 2018, in France, across Europe and indeed worldwide.
 
Eiffage also stands out for the scale of its employee share ownership, unmatched anywhere in Europe. More than 60,000 Eiffage employees together own 17,6% of the Group’s equity. By safeguarding Eiffage’s independence, this organisation is a powerful stabilising force.
 
Eiffage understands and has taken the full measure of the environmental and social challenges facing the world today, going so far as to set up its own sustainable urban development research program: Phosphore. The Group also supports public-interest NGOs via the Eiffage Foundation      

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