On the occasion of its 70th anniversary, SNECI is changing its governance structure to continue to accelerate its entrepreneurial and international adventure.
A new CEO for SNECI Group :
Stanislas Bailly has been appointed CEO of the entire SNECI group, succeeding Isabelle Bailly who will now serve as Chairwoman of the board.
SNECI’s Board is responsible for defining the strategic roadmap and ensuring the sustainability of the company. It is served by Hervé Champion, Vice President of Strategy & Business Development, Frédéric Laganier, who has been appointed Vice President of Industrial Performance & Supply Chain, and Maxime Boniteau, who has been appointed Vice President of International Development.
“We are deeply committed to our entrepreneurial adventure that was started 70 years ago, and this new governance structure allows us to calmly prepare for the next 30 years,” said Isabelle Bailly.
“I would like to thank Isabelle for the energy and vision she brought throughout her years at SNECI. Thanks to our international roots, our strong team and our industry expertise, we have a solid foundation to continue to assert ourselves as a leader in the industrial transition that is underway,” said Stanislas Bailly.
Introducing the board SNECI :
Stanislas Bailly, a graduate of Polytechnique, MIT, and INSEAD, joined SNECI in 2010 after a career in finance in Asia. He was a key player in the international expansion of SNECI, which is now present in 10 countries. As CEO, he leads the implementation of SNECI’s strategy and operational management to achieve the objectives of the Ambition 2025 plan and continue SNECI’s sustainability.
Hervé Champion, ENSAM engineer, joined SNECI in 2001 after spending 4 years at Fiat, 6 years at Marelli, and 4 years at Valeo. Under his leadership, the Business Development activities have grown immensely, now achieving business gains for our customers of 400 Million Euros per year.
Frédéric Laganier, ESTACA engineer, joined SNECI in 2020 after 22 years with Groupe PSA, notably as Director of the Rennes Production Site, then Director of Industrial Strategy for Groupe PSA. He has empowered SNECI to continue its strong growth in the Industrial Performance & Supply Chain activity, which has more than doubled in 3 years under his leadership.
Maxime Boniteau, a graduate of Ponts et Chaussées and Essec, joined SNECI in 2019 after spending more than 30 years internationally in various industrial groups, including 18 years in the automotive industry. He has contributed to the international development of SNECI, with more than 2/3rds of the teams now based abroad.