Orange names four new CEOs in MEA

Guinea, Mali, Jordan, Senegal are the countries where telco has appointed new CEOs
Orange name four new CEOs in MEA

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As part of Orange’s international mobility policy, the group has appointed four CEOs to its subsidiaries in Guinea, Mali, Jordan and Senegal. The appointments are effective from 13 September 2015.

Éric Bouquillon has been appointed CEO of Orange Guinea, replacing Alassane Diene.

Alassane Diene has been appointed CEO of Orange Mali, replacing Jean-Luc Bohé.

Jérôme Hénique has been appointed CEO of Jordan Telecom, replacing Jean-François Thomas.

Thierry Marigny has been appointed Deputy CEO of Sonatel in Senegal, replacing Jérôme Hénique.

Marc Rennard, Orange international executive vice president for the Africa, Middle East and Asia zone, said: "The new CEOs all have significant executive experience in the telecommunications industry. They will continue and enhance the development of their respective subsidiaries, in an innovation-driven environment. Their contribution will be vital for the Orange group, which is accelerating its growth in Africa and the Middle East."

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