With the passing of control for Veolia Transdev to Caisse des Depots, Jerome Nanty replaces Olivier Grunberg who will rejoin Veolia Environnement.
Since 2010, Olivier Grunberg played a major role in building the new Veolia Transdev and the senior management and its teams are grateful to him for his service.
Jerome Nanty, 51, is a graduate of IEP Paris and holds a masters degree in public law. He began his career at Societe Generale before joining Credit Lyonnais in 1989 with successive responsibilities for the public debt market, then for a portfolio of bond issuers within the financial markets department. In 1998, he joined the Human Resources department as manager for employment policy and labor relations. From 2001 to 2004 he was director of labor and social relations for Credit Lyonnais. He was responsible for the same area for Credit Agricole beginning in 2003 and worked on the social relations aspects of the merger between Credit Lyonnais and Credit Agricole. He became director of Human Resources of LCL in 2005. He joined Caisse des Depots in 2007 as an advisor to the CEO.
Since February 1, 2008, Jerome Nanty has served as Director of Human Resources for Caisse des Depots and a member of the public institution’s and Group’s executive committees.
About Veolia Transdev
Born out of the merger of Veolia Transport and Transdev, a subsidiary of Veolia Environment and Caisse des Dépôts, Veolia Transdev is the world’s leading public transport operator.
Veolia Transdev advises and supports regional authorities, from the pre-project stage to the daily operation of public transport networks, including project management assistance. With 102,000 staff in 27 countries, the group operates 60,000 vehicles and 25 tram systems. In 2010, Veolia Transport generated turnover of 7.8 billion euros.