Laurence Broseta, currently CEO of Fives Stein Europe, joins Veolia Transdev as Director for France.
Richard Dujardin is named Director for Asia-Pacific and Southern Europe. He also will continue to manage the Belgium and Veolia Transport Nederland businesses.
Following is the new composition of the Executive Committee:
- Jean-Marc Janaillac, Chairman and CEO
- Charlie Beaumont, Director, Marketing and business performance
- Laurence Broseta, Director, France
- Richard Dujardin, Director, Asia-Pacific and Southern Europe
- Marcos Garcia, Chief Financial Officer
- Hubert Guyot, CEO, Connexxion
- Mark Joseph, Director, North America
- Jerome Nanty, Secretary General.
- Laurence Broseta, 44, is a graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique and the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Telecommunications.
With 20 years experience in the public transport sector, she began her career with the RATP serving in Bus, Tramways and Metro operational positions, followed by involvement in new railway infrastructure projects in the UK and in South Africa, where she created and led a local operating subsidiary.
Most recently, she directed RATP Dev’s International Business Unit, through August 2012, with responsibilities for business development and operations in nine countries. Since September 2012, Laurence Broseta was CEO of Fives Stein Europe.
Richard Dujardin, 45, holds an engineering degree from the Institut Catholique des Arts et Métiers de Lille and graduated from the Centre de Formation aux Affaires de Reims Management School.
Richard Dujardin joined Générale des Eaux in 1992, moving in 1997 to the company’s London subsidiary to develop the market in Ireland. In 2002, he became responsible for the Transport business in Ireland, launching the new Dublin tramway in 2004.
In January 2008, he was appointed CEO of Benelux / Ireland / UK for Veolia Transport and has been a member of the Connexxion Management Board since November 15, 2011.
About Veolia Transdev
Created by a merger of Veolia Transport and Transdev, subsidiaries of Veolia Environnement and Caisse des Dépôts, Veolia Transdev is the leading global public transit operator.
Veolia Transdev advises and supports regional authorities with everything from project planning to contracting authority assistance and the daily operation of public transit systems. The company has a work force of 102,000 in 27 countries and operates 60,000 vehicles and 25 light rail systems. Veolia Transdev posted revenue of €7.8 billion in 2011.