Sunday, 29 May 2022

Christel Heydemann to replace Stephane Richard as Orange CEO

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Friday 28 January 22

Heydemann is replacing the outgoing Richard following the latter’s conviction of misuse of public funds

Late last year, Orange CEO Stephane Richard was convicted of misuse of public funds following a legal dispute dating all the way back to 2008, when he served as the chief of staff to then French Finance Minister Christine Lagarde.   Though Richard maintains his innocence, he nonetheless immediately offered his resignation to Orange’s Board of Directors, which the Board accepted.    Richard was scheduled to step down from the role of CEO by the end of January…

Late last year, Orange CEO Stephane Richard was convicted of misuse of public funds following a legal dispute dating all the way back to 2008, when he served as the chief of staff to then French Finance Minister Christine Lagarde.   Though Richard maintains his innocence, he nonetheless immediately offered his resignation to Orange’s Board of Directors, which the Board accepted.    Richard was scheduled to step down from the role of CEO by the end of January…

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