Carole Ferrand to be Appointed Capgemini Group CFO

Carole Ferrand

Capgemini has announced it will hire Carole Ferrand, formerly financial director of Artemis Groupto serve as group chief financial officer.

Ferrand plans to officially join Capgemini when she relinquishes her roles as a board director and an audit and risk committee member there in June, the company said Friday.

She will succeed Aiman Ezzat, who transitioned to the position of co-chief operating officer early this year.

Prior to Artemis, she served as group CFO at EuropaCorp and spent more than 10 years at Sony‘s (NYSE: SNE) French arm where she worked as financial director and secretary general.

The 25-year finance professional began her career at PriceWaterhouseCoopers as an auditor and a financial adviser for PwC’s transaction services division.

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