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Governance

Redesigned following the 2018 arrival of new majority shareholder EQT, Saur Group governance is structured around a supervisory board, an advisory committee and two specialist committees (the audit committee and the appointments and remuneration committee).

Supervisory board & advisory committee

The supervisory board has seven members: one representing EQT, five independent members and one employee representative. It meets at least four times per year.
The supervisory board overseas the management of the Company by its chairman. It makes decisions on strategic issues affecting Company life. The supervisory board is supported by an advisory committee.

Specialist committees

 Audit committee

The two members of the audit committee meet at least three times per year. Its core mission is to examine the financial statements to ensure that the financial information they contain truthful and that the company’s internal compliance systems are effective. It inspects treasury management, supervises Group risk management and examines disputes or arbitrations above a certain threshold.

Appointments and remuneration committee

The two members of the appointments and remuneration committee meet at least twice per year. Its mission is to advise on the appointment, dismissal and remuneration (including bonuses and benefits of any kind) of the Chairman and members of the executive committee, and any other Group employee whose gross fixed annual salary exceeds a certain threshold. It is also consulted regarding the underlying principles of the Group remuneration policy, the implementation of any profit-sharing plan for Group employees, and the mandatory annual pay negotiations.    

General management committee

Chaired by Patrick Blethon, the general management committee has 6 members. It meets weekly to address issues and factors of direct relevance to day-to-day company operations.

The Saur Group executive commitee

Chaired by Patrick Blethon, the executive committee has 18 members. The executive committee has responsibility for consideration, consultation and decision-making. It meets monthly to address major issues and factors affecting the life of the company.

 

Patrick BLETHON
EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN
 


Hugo BARDI
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF STEREAU

Stéphane BRUNEL
SENIOR EXECUTIVE VICE-PRESIDENT AND CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER

Pierre CASTERAN
EXECUTIVE VICE-PRESIDENT WATER OPERATIONS FRANCE - SOUTH-WEST



Thierry CHATRY
EXECUTIVE VICE-PRESIDENT WATER OPERATIONS FRANCE - WEST

Corinne DESCOURS
EXECUTIVE VICE-PRESIDENT COMMUNICATION & CSR

Anne-Laure DUVAUD
EXECUTIVE VICE-PRESIDENT GENERAL COUNSEL



Estelle GRELIER
SENIOR EXECUTIVE VICE-PRESIDENT DEVELOPMENT, MARKETING, CUSTOMER SERVICES AND INSTITUTIONAL RELATIONS

Alice GUEHENNEC
VICE-PRESIDENT DIGITAL AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Fabrice HAZARD
EXECUTIVE VICE-PRESIDENT WATER OPERATIONS FRANCE SOUTH-EAST



Thommas LESPRIT
SENIOR EXECUTIVE VICE-PRESIDENT STRATEGY, TRANSFORMATION AND NEW SERVICES

Vincent PEGOUD
EXECUTIVE VICE-PRESIDENT WATER OPERATIONS FRANCE - CENTER & EAST

Xavier PICCINO
EXECUTIVE VICE-PRESIDENT WATER OPERATIONS NORTHERN FRANCE & PARIS REGION



Jean-Damien PÔ
SENIOR EXECUTIVE VICE-PRESIDENT HUMAN RESOURCES

Frédéric RENAUT
EXECUTIVE VICE-PRESIDENT DIGITAL INNOVATION

Jose Luis RUBIO
EXECUTIVE VICE-PRESIDENT SPAIN



Christophe TANGUY
SENIOR EXECUTIVE VICE-PRESIDENT OPERATIONS & SUPPLY CHAIN

Emmanuel VIVANT
SENIOR EXECUTIVE VICE-PRESIDENT INTERNATIONAL


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