Renault - Corporate Governance

Corporate Governance

The government of France owns 15.7 per cent of the company. The company is administered by a Board of Directors composed of 19 members (10 of them being independent). As of April 2010, members of the board of directors include:

  • Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (and also Director of Alcoa, AvtoVAZ; President and Chief Executive Officer of Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.; and Chairman of the Alliance Board: Renault-Nissan b.v.)
  • Yves Audvard
  • Patrick Biau
  • Alexis Kohler, Director appointed by the French State
  • Marc Ladreit de Lacharrière
  • Philippe Lagayette
  • Franck Riboud
  • Luc Rousseau, Director appointed by the French State
  • Hiroto Saikawa Executive Vice President Purchasing of Nissan
  • Pascale Sourisse

Carlos Tavares is the company's Chief Operating Officer and Thierry Moulonguet is Chief Financial Officer. Louis Schweitzer was Chairman and CEO from 1992 to 2005, in succession to Raymond Lévy.

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