Luc Jeanneney

Director

Designated by the Works Council of Lafarge S.A. in accordance with French law

 

Further to his designation by the Works Council of Lafarge S.A., the appointment of Luc Jeanneney as Director became effective as of November 4, 2014 for a period of four years.

Luc Jeanneney (1967) is currently the Purchasing Director for Lafarge operations in France. He joined Lafarge in 2006, being in charge of Purchasing for Latin-America (2006-2009), based in Brazil. Returning to France within the Group Purchasing Team, he has been project manager for the purchasing reporting (2010) and in charge of the Group's natural gas and liquid fuel sourcing and risk management (2011-2012).

He is an elected member of the Supervisory board of Lafarge employee funds: FCPE Lafarge 2000 (since 2012, for a four year term) and FCPE Plan d’Epargne Groupe & PERCO (since 2013, for a four year term).

Previously, he worked for PSA Peugeot Citroën as purchasing project manager (1996-2001) and Purchasing Director for Brazil and Argentina (2002-2005).

Luc Jeanneney has an Engineering degree (Ecole des Mines d’Alès – 1989), he graduated from the Ecole Supérieure des Sciences Economiques et Commerciales (ESSEC – 1992) and completed a master degree in political sciences (IPLH Paris – 2014).

Luc Jeanneney in particular brings to the Board his vision as employee as well as his knowledge of the Group and its businesses, in particular through his experience in Purchasing, as well as his knowledge of Brazil and Latin America in general.

Mr Jeanneney holds 250 Lafarge S.A. shares and 270.20 Lafarge 2000 shares.

 

The Board of Directors' members

Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and Director of Lafarge SA
Vice-Chairman, Independent director
Independent director
Independent director
Director
Independent director
Director, designated to represent employees by the Works Council of Lafarge S.A. in accordance with French law
Independent director
Independent director
Independent director
Independent director
Director, designated to represent employees by the European Works Council in accordance with French law.
Independent director
Bertrand Collomb
Honorary Chairman
Honorary Chairman