CLERMONT-FERRAND, France—Michelin's in-coming CEO Florent Menegaux has named nine senior managers to his executive committee, including Scott Clark, executive vice president of automotive business management, motorsport and experiences in the Americas regions.
The new CEO, who will take up his post at the end of a Michelin shareholders meeting on May 17, "has decided to set up a tight group executive committee focused on strategic arbitrage," Michelin said.
The board, which met for the first time March 25, has three new senior managers: Jean-Claude Pats, executive vice president of corporate personal management; Eric Vinesse, executive vice president of the operational research and development department; and Clark. Six senior managers from the previous executive committee will remain. They are:
- Yves Chapot, managing partner;
- Sonia Artinian-Fredou, executive vice president of mobility services and experiences, and new ventures business lines;
- Laurent Bourrut, executive vice president of long distance and urban transportation business lines and the European regions;
- Adeline Challon-Kemoun, executive vice president of brands, sustainable development, communication and public affairs;
- Jean-Christophe Guerin, executive vice president of manufacturing; and
- Serge Lafon, executive vice president of the mining, off highway, two-wheels, aircraft business lines and Africa, Asia, Australia, India and the Middle East regions.